[SecurityWeek] VMware Patches Critical Vulnerability in Carbon Black App Control

VMware this week announced the availability of patches for an authentication bypass vulnerability in VMware Carbon Black App Control (AppC) running on Windows machines.

Carbon Black App Control is designed to improve the security of servers and other critical systems by locking them down to prevent unauthorized tampering.

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