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VMware Horizon View External Security Server and POODLE Vulnerability

Using VMware Horizon View and an External Security Server?  You may be vulnerable to “Poodle” (CVE-2014-3566)! VMware has released several KB’s on the issue. VMware Products and CVE-2014-3566 (POODLE) (2092133) Disabling SSLv3 connections over HTTPS to View Security Server and View Connection Server (2094442)   In regards to Horizon, 5.3.3’s release notes clearly state that […]

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Trend Deep Security 9 – DO NOT UPGRADE

If you’re running ESX 5/5.1, do NOT upgrade/install Trend Deep Security 9.  There’s a good chance you will find this bug… we sure did! http://esupport.trendmicro.com/solution/en-US/1097177.aspx I found this after 3 of my ESXi hosts intermittently PSOD (failed, died, kicked the can). It’s always fun for your environment to be the reason that a tech-vendor has […]

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Trend Micro Deep Security 9: Exclude Network Shares from Anti-malware scans

I found a little problem with the default real-time scan settings in Trend Micro Deep Security 9 that we deployed last week… there are no exclusions set!  It first found “malicious” files in my DataDomain backup share on my Veeam server.  The folder is a UNC Share path “\\wf.local\sysvol\Datadomain\Veeam\Backups”. It is simple to create a […]

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Trend Micro Deep Security 9: What is it?

Trend Micro Deep Security 9 is an acquired product from “Third Brigade” that is an integrated solution into the Hypervisor in the VMware ESXi environment.  It is used with Agents or can be Agent-less. With an Agent-less install, you’ve got:  Intrusion Prevention, Firewall, Anti-Malware, Web Reputation, Integrity Monitoring, and Log Inspection. It can go into your […]

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Integrating RSA SecurID with VMware View iPad Client

I’ve been struggling for a few months to find the answers to all of life’s questions… err.. I mean how to integrate an RSA SecurID soft-token with the VMware View iPad Client. Why? PCI Compliance requires multi-factor authentication for remote access to your cardholder data environment.  It’s also a good security practice if you use […]

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