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VMware ESX
From: "Paul Heywood" <Paul.Heywood () unitypartnership com>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 13:23:51 +0100

Hi forum,

we've got a VMware ESX group of servers running on the inside of our network. Our server team want to extend this to 
include some DMZ servers. How vulnerable would this leave the internal network ? Am I correct in thinking that if the 
VMware cluster was hacked, this would give them access to the internal network

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