Posts Tagged With ‘security’
Patch! Patch! Patch!
Bob Plankers, Technical Marketing Architect for vSphere at VMware, has a very simple but important message for all of us, and it isn’t really limited to VMware itself: “Patch! Patch! Patch! Did I say… patch?”. That was his starting message when I visited VMware during Security Field Day 2, and there was more Bob had […]
Every once in a while there is some news about Wireshark being vulnerable to being attacked/exploited/pwned, meaning that there is a way to craft frames/packets in a pcap/pcapng file to make Wireshark crash and (if done right) execute malicious code. So let’s take a look at what that means and what can be done about […]