What is the meaning of Zero-day flaw in english?

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Answer: Zero-day flaw

A zero-day exploit, 0-day, or zero-day flaw is a vulnerability in an operating SYSTEM, software, or hardware that is exploited the same day it is discovered. These flaws become known to the public when a malware program exploits the flaw and COMPROMISES the product, computer, or network connected to the computer. These exploits can cause SERIOUS issues and keep a system vulnerable until the company releases a fix.

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To help protect against zero-day exploits, use an intrusion detection system and set up network access CONTROL to PREVENT unauthorized access to your network.


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