What is Zero-Day Vulnerability and How to Recover from Zero-Day Attacks

Zero Day is a software vulnerability that's discovered by an attacker before the developer becomes aware of it. As there are no patches available, developers are unknown to that vulnerability. Zero-day vulnerabilities can be in any form of vulnerabilities, like missing authorizations, broken algorithms, SQL injection, buffer overflows, missing data encryption, URL redirects, bugs, or problems with the password policy. Read this blog to know everything about Zero Day.

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Hardik Gohil

Hardik Gohil works as an engineer in the Cybersecurity domain at eInfochips. He has more than 2 years of experience in Cyber Security and Web application development including application security, Vulnerability Management, Risk Management, and secure code development.