Are VM Environments Open to Attack?
Jul 22, 2008, 21:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Generally, it's the VM vendors who preach that no security
""Virtualization doesn't add anything to the security posture.
It is an awesome tool for improving cooling cost savings, etc. But
it is not a panacea. It doesn't resolve all of your problems. VM
doesn't make security less -- it makes it different," Scott
Montgomery, vice president of global technical strategy for Secure
Computing, told LinuxInsider. "VMware folks claim it adds to
security, I wouldn't go that far.""