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In seeking an answer to this question, I approached the team at the CROW lab (Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato). A representative of the Lab responded with the following: If someone does find a vulnerability, chances are they would be a tech savvy person who would have looked at the HTML or HTTP headers. I believe that it is enough for an ...


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A zero-day attack is an attack that relies on an undisclosed vulnerability in the design or implementation of a system in order to violate its security. Most commonly, such attacks consist of using zero-day exploits to access information systems or execute code on privileged systems. Such exploits are called 'zero-day' because security administrators have ...



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