Using Virtual Machines? Beware of VENOM

Arpan SinhaCyber SecurityLeave a Comment

VENOM is a security vulnerability in floppy drive codes in various virtual computer platforms. It is a backronym for Virtualized Environment Neglected Operations Manipulation, which basically means that in a virtual machine, there are some neglected operations, i.e. the virtual floppy drive codes, which have been manipulated and hence are causing the guest platform to literally break out and affect … Read More