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Zero day attack


Alternatively referred to as zero-day exploit or 0-day, a zero-day flaw is any exploit in an operating system, software program, or hardware device that is taken advantage of on the same day it is discovered. These flaws become known to the public when a malware program exploits the flaw and compromises the product, the


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