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The term "zero-day" refers to the fact that the vendor or developer only recently discovered the fault, leaving them with "zero days" to repair it. A zero-day attack occurs when hackers take advantage of a weakness before engineers have a chance to fix it.

According to the Ponemon Institute, Zero-Day assaults account for 80% of successful breaches.

In June 2019, there was a single attack on Microsoft Windows. A group of ESET researchers discovered the assault on Microsoft Windows that targeted Eastern Europe in June 2019. CVE-2019-0797, CVE-2019-2215, CVE-2019-0797, CVE-2019-2215, CVE-2019-2215, CVE-2019-2215 5 Aurora. The DNC Hack.

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