[SecurityWeek] VMware Working on Patches for Serious vCenter Server Vulnerability

VMware announced on Wednesday that it’s working on patches for a potentially serious privilege escalation vulnerability affecting vCenter Server.

The vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-22048 and it has been assigned an “important” severity rating, which is equivalent to “high severity” based on its CVSS score of 7.1.

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