Zero-day exploits target zero-day vulnerabilities.
Zero-day vulnerability is a previously undisclosed computer-software vulnerability that hackers can exploit to adversely affect computer programs, data, additional computers or a network.
Zero-day vulnerabilities are those for which no official patch has been released by the vendor. This means that no days (zero days) have elapsed between the time the vulnerability was discovered and the time an official patch was made available. Therefore, the administrators have had zero days to fix the flaw.
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