From fig.2 as mentioned below, Virtualbox
uses a layered architecture  consisting of a set of kernel modules for running virtual machines, an API for managing the guests, and a set of user programs and services.
Vulnerability name Affected platforms CVE-2007-1744 VMWare CVE-2008-0923 VMWare CVE-2009-1244 VMware CVE-2012-0217 Xen CVE-2014-0983 VirtualBox
CVE-2015-5279 KVM CVE-2015-7504 Xen/KVM/VirtualBox CVE-2015-7835 Xen CVE-2015-6815 Xen/KVM CVE-2015-3247 Xen/KVM CVE-2016-7092 Xen CVE-2016-6258 Xen CVE-2016-4440 KVM CVE-2017-2615 Xen/KVM CVE-2017-0109 Hyper-V CVE-2017-4934 VMware CVE-2017-0075 Hyper-V CVE-2017-4903 VMWare CVE-2017-4936 VMware
As previously explained, the student's code is not executed directly in the real machines, but instead it runs on a VirtualBox
(https://www.virtualbox.org/) Virtual Machine (VM).
CloudShare, a supplier of specialized cloud-based IT lab environments for software training, sales demos and PoCs (proof of concept), and development and testing, has announced the immediate availability of a new virtual machine (VM) import tool that makes migrating VMware and Oracle VirtualBox
VMs to the cloud much easier and faster than before, the company said.
Prior to June 2016, the stable released Docker engine software components for Windows and Mac OS X required an additional thin virtual machine (VM) layer, managed by VirtualBox
(www.virtualbox.org), to pass container commands to a Linux VM environment that supports containers.
Hypervisor-PCIe support Hypervisor Supported Linux KVM Yes VirtualBox
Only on Linux Hyper-V 2005,2008,2012 No VMware Version/Product dependent
Prior to this release of native Docker support, users of Nanobox relied solely upon VirtualBox
(a cross-platform, open source virtualization application made by Oracle) to set up development environments on Linux, Mac, and Windows systems.
Now, you are free to load the images inside your preferred hypervisor or emulator (Microsoft* Hyper-V, vmWare Fusion, Virtualbox
Updates to Sharing folders in SAS Studio.docx in the Getting Started folder to account for changes in the VirtualBox
Virtual appliance for VMware (in OVF format) and Hyper-V (in VHD format), XenServer and VirtualBox