XSA-353 Security Vulnerabilities

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Security vulnerability CVE-2020-29479 could potentially enable a denial of service attack or allow unauthorized access to the hypervisor, and is addressed by Citrix in XSA-353 security advisories. IBM Cloud has worked with its technology partners to deploy mitigation and remediation measures. There is no known malicious exploit of this vulnerability at this time.

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Security vulnerability CVE-2020-29479 could potentially enable a denial of service attack or allow unauthorized access to the hypervisor, and is addressed by Citrix in XSA-353 security advisories. IBM Cloud has worked with its technology partners to deploy mitigation and remediation measures. There is no known malicious exploit of this vulnerability at this time. ...read more