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I'm exploring the threats for VDIs on VMware, based on the article it seems the risk for VM escape has low severity as described here:http://vmescape.com/index.html

Did we forget the discussion of "Risk Management"? Is there a risk? Of course. There is also a risk of getting in a car crash as you drive to work. But you still do, right? Because the risk is very, very small. And I would argue that the risk of a true "take over the hypervisor" level VM Escape is FAR smaller than your getting in a crash on the drive to work.

I also wish to understand the severity of VM escape.

I'm exploring the threats for VDIs on VMware, based on the article it seems the risk for VM escape has low severity as described here:http://vmescape.com/index.html

Did we forget the discussion of "Risk Management"? Is there a risk? Of course. There is also a risk of getting in a car crash as you drive to work. But you still do, right? Because the risk is very, very small. And I would argue that the risk of a true "take over the hypervisor" level VM Escape is FAR smaller than your getting in a crash on the drive to work.

I'm exploring the threats for VDIs on VMware, based on the article it seems the risk for VM escape has low severity as described here:http://vmescape.com/index.html

Did we forget the discussion of "Risk Management"? Is there a risk? Of course. There is also a risk of getting in a car crash as you drive to work. But you still do, right? Because the risk is very, very small. And I would argue that the risk of a true "take over the hypervisor" level VM Escape is FAR smaller than your getting in a crash on the drive to work.

I also wish to understand the severity of VM escape.

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Is VM escape has the same severity as me getting in a car crash?

I'm exploring the threats for VDIs on VMware, based on the article it seems the risk for VM escape has low severity as described here:http://vmescape.com/index.html

Did we forget the discussion of "Risk Management"? Is there a risk? Of course. There is also a risk of getting in a car crash as you drive to work. But you still do, right? Because the risk is very, very small. And I would argue that the risk of a true "take over the hypervisor" level VM Escape is FAR smaller than your getting in a crash on the drive to work.