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VMware Exam 5V0-31.20 Topic 11 Question 55 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 5V0-31.20 exam
Question #: 55
Topic #: 11
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A new security vulnerability has been identified in SSL. The VMware vCenter appliances in the company's latest VMware Cloud Foundation environment have been found to be impacted VMware has released an updated ISO and upgrade bundle.

Which method should the administrator use to remediate this security vulnerability?

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Glendora
5 days ago
Yes, it's concerning. Do you know how we can remediate this vulnerability?
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Carissa
7 days ago
I heard about the security vulnerability in SSL affecting VMware vCenter appliances.
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Amie
18 days ago
True, but I think using NSX-T Distributed Firewall to block all incoming traffic could be a quick temporary solution until the patch is applied.
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Elvera
26 days ago
Using VMware Update Manager to apply the update might also be a good choice, as it ensures a systematic approach to patching.
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Mary
1 months ago
I agree with Amie, it's important to make sure the system is fully updated for security reasons.
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Amie
1 months ago
I think updating VMware Cloud Foundation to a release containing the patch would be the best option.
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