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  • adjective computing Pertaining to the day on which software is released.

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  • This is called a "zero-day flaw", and it's not quite as simple as just changing the clock; developers did plan and guard against anyone doing something that obvious.

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  • This is called a "zero-day flaw", and it's not quite as simple as just changing the clock; developers did plan and guard against anyone doing something that obvious.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Apple has not yet offered a patch for the vulnerability, known as a "zero-day" weakness because the company has not been informed ahead of time of the weakness.

    Apple device security flaws revealed by German watchdog

  • The first is it's suggestive that there were four zero-day exploits because if it would have been criminals, they would have taken the first one and been off trying to make money.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

  • So right now, it uses four zero-day vulnerabilities, and what zero-day vulnerabilities are, basically, vulnerabilities that can be exploited to allow them to automatically run on your machine, unauthorized, due to a bug in that software.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

  • Latest Microsoft zero-day attack may come from gamers

    Past Tech Trends & Products: Technology Live Archive

  • The first is it's suggestive that there were four zero-day exploits because if it would have been criminals, they would have taken the first one and been off trying to make money.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

  • So right now, it uses four zero-day vulnerabilities, and what zero-day vulnerabilities are, basically, vulnerabilities that can be exploited to allow them to automatically run on your machine, unauthorized, due to a bug in that software.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

  • The first is it's suggestive that there were four zero-day exploits because if it would have been criminals, they would have taken the first one and been off trying to make money.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

  • So right now, it uses four zero-day vulnerabilities, and what zero-day vulnerabilities are, basically, vulnerabilities that can be exploited to allow them to automatically run on your machine, unauthorized, due to a bug in that software.

    Are 'Stuxnet' Worm Attacks Cyberwarfare?

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