Vmware Fusion Ipv6

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  • VMware Workstation and Fusion contain a use-after-free vulnerability in VMware NAT service when IPv6 mode is enabled. This issue may allow a guest to execute code on the host. Note: IPv6 mode for VMNAT is not enabled by default. 10 CVE-2017-4948: 125: DoS +Info 2018-01-05: 2018-01-25.
  • VMware Workstation and Fusion contain an integer overflow vulnerability in VMware NAT service when IPv6 mode is enabled. This issue may lead to an out-of-bound read which can then be used to execute code on the host in conjunction with other issues. Note: IPv6 mode for VMNAT is not enabled by default. View Analysis Description.
  • Oct 14, 2019 VMware Fusion 11.5: Assigning static IP addresses to virtual machines. Published: 12 Oct 2019 - Updated: 14 Oct 2019 This tutorial will show you how to find out what range of IP addresses you can use when assigning a static address to a VMware Fusion 11.5 virtual machine.
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Current Description

VMware Workstation and Fusion contain an integer overflow vulnerability in VMware NAT service when IPv6 mode is enabled. This issue may lead to an out-of-bound read which can then be used to execute code on the host in conjunction with other issues. Note: IPv6 mode for VMNAT is not enabled by default.

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Analysis Description

VMware Workstation and Fusion contain an integer overflow vulnerability in VMware NAT service when IPv6 mode is enabled. This issue may lead to an out-of-bound read which can then be used to execute code on the host in conjunction with other issues. Note: IPv6 mode for VMNAT is not enabled by default.

Severity

CVSS 3.x Severity and Metrics:

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NIST:NVD
Vector:NVD
Vector:HyperlinkResourcehttp://www.securityfocus.com/bid/102490Third Party AdvisoryVDB Entryhttp://www.securitytracker.com/id/1040161Third Party AdvisoryVDB Entryhttps://www.vmware.com/security/advisories/VMSA-2018-0005.htmlPatchVendor Advisory

Weakness Enumeration

CWE-IDCWE NameSource
CWE-190Integer Overflow or WraparoundNIST

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