Ransomware

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Ransomware is a special type of malware. Once it infected your computer, it encrypts all of your files and demands you pay a ransome if you want your files back. Be suspicious of any emails trying to trick you into opening infected attachments or click on malicious links, common sense is your best defense. In addition. backups are often the only way you can recover from ransomware.

Forwarding Emails

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When you forward an email to others or copy new people to an email thread, review all the content in the entire email and make sure the information contained in it is suitable for everyone. It is very easy to forward emails to others, not realizing there is highly sensitive information in the bottom of the email that people should not have access to.

Invalid CPU allocation for high latency Sensitive VM

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cpu98:20280380)WARNING: Sched: 1677: Group host/user: Invalid CPU allocation for high latency Sensitive VM vmm0:xvuyehj. reserve CPU fully (current min: 0)

 

2016-12-07T12:05:11.896Z cpu124:33133)WARNING: CpuMetrics: 1268: insufficient CPU entitlement for group 37785920 vm.20006086 demand= 32134 MHz, entitlement= 31532 MHz

 

there is a VM which is of SAP HANA alloated with 1tb ram , which hangs quite frequently and reboots itself

these are some snips from vmkernel where am unable to interpret or get any information in regards to the message above , has anyone come across this

What is Malware

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Malware is software–a computer program–used to perform malicious actions. In fact, the term malware is a combination of the words malicious and software. Cyber criminals install malware on your computers or devices to gain control over them or gain access to what they contain. Once installed, these attackers can use malware to spy on your online activities, steal your passwords and files, or use your system to attack others.

vROps Editions: Series Overview – VMware Cloud Management

   

By Jennifer DeWaele This is part of a blog series on VMware vRealize Operations Manager Editions. The series breaks down the key aspects and differentiators between the three vROps Editions (Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise), including the critical components of extensibility and customization. The primary source of extensibility in vRealize Operations comes from Blue Medora’s True

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