No, not unless there were a critical VM-escape vulnerability in the VM hypervisor.


Are there ways to capture host keystrokes from a guest? Sure, but only in the case of a critical vulnerability or perhaps a misconfiguration. Here's an example: a user running a GNU/Linux host wants to run some untrusted applications in a VM. They want to share files between host and guest, so they decide to pass /tmp to the guest. Problem is, the host is ...

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