VMware Fusion is a virtual machine that allows you to run applications developed for other operating systems, including Windows and Linux, in macOS based on the Intel platform. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the OS are supported.
VMware virtualization solution for macOS. The new version of VMware Fusion software supports the latest version of the macOS Mojave operating system, allowing you to run Windows applications in it without having a Windows system installed. The new VMware Fusion has its own emulation environment that allows you to run Windows-based applications with the necessary set of related system libraries.
1) • Mount the image
2) • Double-click VMware Fusion.app and follow the installation instructions.
3) • At the first start, upon requesting a number, run keygen in the Terminal, generate a serial number, insert it into a special field of the program.
This release of VMware Fusion is a free upgrade for all VMware Fusion 11 users. It contains bug fixes and security updates.
This release of VMware Fusion addresses the following issues:
- Fusion 11.5.1 addresses an out-of-bounds write vulnerability in the e1000e virtual network adapter. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the identifier CVE-2019-5541 to this issue. For more information, see VMSA-2019-0021.
- Fusion 11.5.1 addresses an information disclosure vulnerability in vmnetdhcp. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the identifier CVE-2019-5540 to this issue. For more information, see VMSA-2019-0021.
- Fusion 11.5.1 addresses a denial-of-service vulnerability in the RPC handler. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the identifier CVE-2019-5542 to this issue. For more information, see VMSA-2019-0021.
- Fusion 11.5.1 resolves TSX Asynchronous Abort (TAA), a speculative-execution vulnerability identified by CVE-2019-11135. For more information, see section 3b in VMSA-2019-0020.
- Fusion 11.5.1 resolves a regression introduced in Fusion 11.5.0 which causes the Hypervisor-Specific mitigations for for L1TF and MDS vulnerabilities to be ineffective. For more information on these mitigations, please see section 3a in VMSA-2019-0008.
- Implemented security improvements by enhancing temporary file creation to avoid possible arbitrary file write, reported by Rich Mirch.