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It also depends on your storage system. For example, if you have de-duplication, guest VMs may be able to establish whether known blocks of data are already stored, for example: (1) create a VM and store 10,000 reference files; (2) create another VM and store 30,000 files sampled without replacement from (A) the 10,000 reference files on VM 1, (B) 10,000 new ...


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Requirements vary per organization (EX. Lockheed Martin probably wouldn't want their code for fighter jets accessed from outside the development environment ). While the CompTIA context is extremely broad, remember firewalls don't just prevent access between outside forces and your internal network. The are also used internally in larger organizations to ...


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The only real reason to prevent a network from being routable through a firewall is to make sure it's isolated both from external and internal unauthorized access. It's impossible for someone to hack into a system if there is no physical path for electrons to travel from their position to the target system's position. By unplugging any cables linking the ...


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"Security Best Practice" depends on many factors since your control environment (e.g. Health Care, Payment Systems, etc.) will have different regulations and standards that must be followed. (e.g. HIPAA, PCI-DSS, etc.) Besides following VMware's security best practices I'm assuming that you mean the hardening guides available here: ...



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