Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being exploited, in any sense.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Able to be exploited, especially commercially
  • adjective Easily fooled; credulous

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Examples

  • While on the one hand, it's hard to fault the guy for making decisions that will make him, and his shareholders rich, by cranking out "exploitable" games, the fact is that of all the publishers out there, Activision is more than capable of weathering the inherent risks of making new and different games.

    The New Evil Empire

  • Where do people get the idea that smart students are supposed to be some kind of exploitable resource whose primary role is to help the rest of the school?

    Matthew Yglesias » Vouchers in DC

  • The redacted version of "Saddam and Terrorism" is the most definitive public assessment to date from the Harmony program, the trove of "exploitable" documents, audio and video records, and computer files captured in Iraq.

    Saddam's Terror Links

  • "These movies couldn't get big stars, so they had to have what they called 'exploitable' elements, lurid material that Hollywood movies couldn't or wouldn't do," Rodriguez says.

    Greetings From Horrorwood

  • Adobe didn't provide many details on the vulnerability but wrote that it is remotely exploitable, meaning a hacker could use it to infect a computer with malicious software over the Internet.

    Infoworld News

  • But sure: if "exploitable" is an essential part of the definition of "bug" ….

    Raw Thought (from Aaron Swartz)

  • Adobe didn't provide many details on the vulnerability but wrote that it is remotely exploitable, meaning a hacker could use it to infect a computer with malicious software over the Internet.

    Macworld

  • Adobe didn't provide many details on the vulnerability but wrote that it is remotely exploitable, meaning a hacker could use it to infect a computer with malicious software over the Internet.

    Infoworld News

  • Adobe didn't provide many details on the vulnerability but wrote that it is remotely exploitable, meaning a hacker could use it to infect a computer with malicious software over the Internet.

    Netflash

  • Adobe didn't provide many details on the vulnerability but wrote that it is remotely exploitable, meaning a hacker could use it to infect a computer with malicious software over the Internet.

    Techworld Australia News

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