[SecurityWeek] VMware Confirms In-the-Wild Exploitation of vCenter Server Vulnerability

VMware has confirmed that the recently patched vCenter Server vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-22005 has been exploited in the wild, and some researchers say it has been chained with another flaw that was fixed in the same round of updates.

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