How-To Geek

Zero-Day Exploit

A zero day exploit on a computer is a malicious attack (virus, worm, trojan horse, etc), which exploits a security hole before the vulnerability is addressed. In essence, the security issue is made public concurrently to the attack so the software developer has zero days to patch or fix the problem.

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