VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager
VMware vRealize Automation 8.8.1 was released on June 9, 2022. With this release, VMware has provided security updates and new features, including support for the vRealize Automation Extensibility (vREx) Proxy.
Hot on the heels of the recent April 2022 VMware critical security advisory VMSA-2022-0011, which addressed eight CVEs within VMware Workspace ONE Access and VMware Identity Manager, VMware has released a new creitical security advisory VMSA-2022-0014. This advisory addresses two new security vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-22972 and CVE-2022-22973) in VMware Workspace ONE Access and VMware Identity Manager, with one rated as critical. Authentication Bypass Vulnerability - CVE-2022-22972 According to VMware, a malicious user with network access to the VMware Workspace ONE Access or VMware Identity Manager user interfaces may be able to obtain administrative access without needing to authenticate.
One of my work colleagues brought to my attention today an issue in VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.8.0 to my attention today. While attempting to complete some regular account password changes, he realized that the Password Locker was only returning 10 passwords and stating there were only 10 passwords in the system.
VMware has released the latest update to the vRealize Suite, vRealize Automation 8.8, on April 28, 2022. With this release, VMware has provided several enhancements and new features, including support for multi-level approval policies, enhanced custom naming for deployment resources, and support for legacy vRealize Orchestrator workflow presentations within vRealize Automation custom forms.
I recently had the pleasure of upgrading two virtual appliance-based VMware Identity Manager 3.3.0 deployments to 3.3.1 using the offline update method without the assistance of vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. When I reviewed the update documentation, I found that this release didn’t support the offline update process I previously utilized, so I figured I’d create a quick post providing an overview of the supported update processes for 3.3.1. What Changed? In previous releases of VMware Identity Manager 3.