What type of security issue is a previously unknown attack that has no associated security signature?
A) Zero-day exploit
B) Phishing attack
C) Buffer overflow
D) Privilege escalation
E) Hash collision
F) My security is great because I can’t find my keys
The answer: A) Zero-day exploit
A zero-day exploit is so new that it’s never been seen before, and there hasn’t yet been a chance to build any patches or security signatures.
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