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How the Fast Market for 'Zero Day' Exploits Puts Us All in Danger

Friday, 07 Jun 2013 03:33 PM

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As worldwide fears about cyber-security threats skyrocket, governments have started to pay huge sums of money for "Zero Day" exploits, in the process deliberately leaving open gaps in computer security. A "Zero Day" exploit is a previously unknown flaw in computer software, dubbed Zero Day because computer security experts have had "zero days" to fix the flaw. There is no defense against Zero Day attacks.

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