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Zero Day Attack

A zero-day attack is a computer attack that attempts to exploit software vulnerabilities unknown to the software developer
A zero-day attack is a computer attack that attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in computer applications that are unknown to others or disclosed to the software developer. A zero-day attack is also known as zero-hour or day zero threat. Before the software developer is aware, attackers can use zero-day attack exploits (actual code capable of carrying out an attack).

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