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Do you regularly check the VMware Security Advisories? Your TAM is constantly checking these to understand their potential impact on your environment and will work with you to ensure the risk is highlighted as well as the path to remediation. This is just one of the many things that we do for you as your TAM.

 

This week we do have a new security advisory that I want you to be aware of and urge you to discuss with your TAM to ensure you understand the potential impact of this vulnerability!

 

VMSA-2017-0017
VMware vCenter Server update resolves LDAP DoS, SSRF and CRLF injection issues

1.Summary
VMware vCenter Server update resolves LDAP DoS, SSRF and CRLF injection issues
2. Relevant Products
VMware vCenter Server
3. Problem Description
a. VMware vCenter Server LDAP Denial of Service (DoS).
VMware vCenter Server doesn't correctly handle specially crafted LDAP network packets which may allow for remote DoS.
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the identifier CVE-2017-4927 to this issue.

 

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Virten.net

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vInfrastructure Blog

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  • #Blogtober results
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  • November 2017 IT events
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