"The increased use of virtualisation in corporate data centres and elsewhere has raised the profile of the technology. Security handlers at the SANS Institute's Internet Storm Centre described how the technology is showing signs of becoming a battleground between security researchers and crackers, as well as outlining a possible response,..."
For some, IT and ITs Virtualisation may be as a Playground in which all who battle or engage in battles will lose, and a possible response ....."Last month Microsoft fixed in MS07-049 a thread they classified as important that allowed a break out of the virtual OS to the host OS. We had some disagreement on that rating with Microsoft as we saw it as a significant bigger deal than "just" privilege escalation." .... http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?storyid=3411 .... is not a solution. There may be no solution but only a series of responses which will ever increasing have the Host OS following Virtual Instruction Sets. However that would be a Stronger OS with fewer, if any Conflicts. It would certainly be Virtualisation's AIM...... Streamlined Mainstreaming of Shared Source.
And I think I would definitely agree that such a thing is a significant bigger deal, for it is Raw Pure Stealth?