The Latest in IT Security

Zero days explained: How unknown vulnerabilities become gateways for attackers

12
Apr
2021
Zero days explained: How unknown vulnerabilities become gateways for attackers

image credit: unsplash

Zero day definition

A zero day is a security flaw for which the vendor of the flawed system has yet to make a patch available to affected users. The name ultimately derives from the world of digital content piracy: if pirates were able to distribute a bootleg copy of a movie or album on the same day it went on sale legitimately (or maybe even before), it was dubbed a “zero day.”

Read More

Comments are closed.

Categories

SUNDAY, MAY 09, 2021
WHITE PAPERS

Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
Many governments embrace mobile network operator (MNO) networks as ...

ARA at Scale: How to Choose a Solution That Grows With Your Needs:
Application release automation (ARA) tools enable best practices in...

The Multi-Model Database:
Part of the “new normal” where data and cloud applications are ...

Featured

Archives

Latest Comments