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Zero-Day Attacks


  • A zero-day attack is an attack that takes advantage of a software or security vulnerability that is publicly known, but still unpatched.
  • Attackers will usually take advantage of the vulnerability that same day, hence the name “zero-day” attack.
  • Luckily, lots of security vulnerabilities are not discovered by cyber criminals; instead, they may be discovered by security software companies or software vendors. In this case, the goal is to keep the issue under wraps until the software maker has a patch to fix it.

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