The release of virtualbox 4.6.5 was made available on December 9.
This is the fourth release of the new virtualbox version, released in late 2016, and was initially aimed at developers.
It adds a couple of security fixes and performance improvements.
It was the first major release for the platform since its official release on August 20, 2018.
There were some security issues reported by users of the operating system in recent months.
As of December 14, 2017, the version of virtualBox released by VMware was version 4.7.5, with the addition of the VMX-V 3.6 and 3.7 updates.
This version was the last version released for the original virtualbox release.
VirtualBox is a Linux-based virtual machine distribution, and the operating systems are written in C. The software is based on the Linux kernel and includes a number of security features, which is why the operating-systems have been called Linux-friendly.
The Linux Kernel has a security model called Kernel-Mode Security (KMS), and its primary purpose is to ensure that only authorized users have access to the data on the system.
However, as the security model is quite complex, and as virtualization technology has evolved, the system has been changed a lot to ensure proper user access to files, which means that it is not always secure.
In the latest version, the operating environment is based around the Linux virtualization framework, which allows virtualization applications to run on the virtual machine, and that means the operating environments are more secure.
This has led to a lot of users complaining about the security of the system, and there is a good chance that this version could be a security issue.
It is important to note that this is a virtualization-only release, which makes it possible for users to run a Linux version of the virtual machines as long as the virtualization kernel is installed on the operating machine.
Security is one of the main areas where virtualization is becoming more popular.
This means that users who want to run the operating operating system, but cannot do so due to the security issues in the Linux Kernel, can use an alternative operating system.
This may not be possible for all users, but for the users who do want to use an alternate operating system to run virtual machines, it can be an easy and practical choice.
Virtual Machines are a feature of virtualization technologies, and these virtual machines can be run on physical servers or on the Internet.
A Linux virtual machine can also be installed on a virtual machine server and then installed on another machine.
The most popular virtualization platform for Linux is virtualbox, which was released in May 2018, and it is used to run many Linux operating systems.
The latest version of VirtualBox has a Linux kernel 4.8.2 and 3 the 3.3 updates.
It includes the VM X server, the vmware linux kernel, the virtio driver, and a bunch of other security fixes.
The newest release of Virtualbox has a total of 13 security updates.
In total, that is over a thousand security fixes, which include a number for Linux kernel versions, kernel-mode security, and kernel patches.
The security update for kernel version 4, 3, and 2 was released on December 13, 2017.
This security update fixes the following issues: CVE-2017-13996: Stack overflow in the VFP driver can lead to arbitrary code execution.
CVE-2016-13981: A buffer overflow in vmlinux.c allows a remote attacker to cause a denial of service.
CVE: CVE_2015-14087: CVE: VirtualBox can crash with a zero-based pointer overflow when running on a VFP server.
CVE_2014-8156: CVE in the VMFTP module can cause a buffer overflow, resulting in an incorrect reading of the local memory address.
CVE.2013-8148: A heap-based buffer overflow can cause an incorrect read of a buffer.
CVE’s: CVE, CVE-2013-6015, CVE_2013-6729, CVE/2013-5719: CVE/2014-6697: CVE CVE-2014-6732, CVE2: CVE2 CVE-2015-1858, CVE CVE2/2013: CVE1 CVE-2012-1221: CVE 1 CVE-2010-7016: CVE(s) in the vmkernel module allow remote attackers to bypass intended buffer overflow checks by using a zero pointer overflow.
CVEs: CVE’s CVE-2009-2776, CVE’s-2010.2536, CVEs-2012.2864, CVE1: CVEs/2012-8163, CVE3: CVE3 CVE-2008-5151, CVE, V-2016/2009-5141: CVE (VFP) bug CVE-2005-3132: CVECVE CVE-2003-3133: CVE bugs-2011