VMware has announced a way to better protect its products against malware by allowing third-party security programs to access key parts of a virtualised environment. VMsafe is the name the company has given to a set of application program interfaces (APIs) that security vendors can use to integrate their products into the VMware …
Where is Server 2!
We've been waiting ages for the final release, come on VMware!
And how will these API's be secured?
It'll be interesting to see how they plan to prevent access to these API's from malicious software running on the host.
This is how these API's will be secured?
"It'll be interesting to see how they plan to prevent access to these API's from malicious software running on the host." .... By Rich Turner Posted Thursday 28th February 2008 17:20 GMT
Via Virtually Transparent Admin.Stratification, Rich. And Access to Systems only through Constantly Self Reinforcing Full Disclosure IDEntity.
A Novel Construct 42 Allow Pledged Support in Assured Articulate Assayed Intent/Future Content.
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