I want to have list of zero day vulnerability, Could any one intuduce some site which annonce them?

closed as off-topic by Rory Alsop Oct 4 '14 at 9:10

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    This question appears to be off-topic because a) you appear to be asking for something which by its very definition can't exist, and b) listing vulnerabilities and exploits is not part of the remit of this site - there are already many which do this – Rory Alsop Oct 4 '14 at 9:10

A zero-day vulnerability is, by definition, one that has not been announced.

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    It is a vulnerability for which there is no patch. – KDEx Oct 4 '14 at 23:46
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    @KDEx Not necessarily true. You can make a patch for a 0day if you know the general idea behind what is being exploited, even if you do not know the exploit itself. Let's say I told you I had a Linux kernel LPE that requires mmap_min_addr to be 0. I haven't disclosed the vulnerability, but now you know how to patch it (i.e. hardcode it to non-zero). – forest Jun 17 at 22:29

Zero day which is not found anywhere. if you want to find a 0day you need to either research it and find it or buy one from the middle man like vupen or new one that kevin mithnick started

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