SSH into server results in Kernel Panic after yum update to Sangoma Linux (3.10.0-862.6.3.el7.x86_64) 7 (Core)

Just installed the latest distro and ran yum update.
When booting into the new kernel everything seems fine until I SSH into the server, which results in a Kernel Panic.


I have tried this a couple of times on newly installed distros.
Running this on Virtual Box.

Has anybody seen this before?

Kernel panic when starting a SSH session.
This is after the upgrade to 3.10.0-862.6.3

That added some more spectre-esque protections - and I can see in your screenshot “speculative_store_bypass_update” - At a guess, your virtualbox needs to be updated, as it doesn’t understand the mitigations.

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Virtual Box is at the latest version 5.2.16 on Windows 10.

Still getting a Kernel Panic as soon as I try to establish a SSH session via putty.

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