This paper investigates the security issue of virtualization in the cloud computing. We focus on how to identify the VENOM attack in the cloud-computing environment, and how to protect the hypervisor from this VENOM attack. Firstly, we have implemented VENOM vulnerability in the environment of QEMU/KVM and tried to identify its behaviors (action) in the cloud. Secondly, we also tried to protect the hypervisor, which is the most vulnerability part for virtualization environment. The proposed mechanism provides identification of the VENOM attack and lock the FDC port (0x3f5), which is responsible to send I/O command to the hypervisor.