Latest zero-day attacks and exploits

A zero-day (0day) vulnerability refers to a security vulnerability for which no mitigation or patch is available at the time it is disclosed or made public.

Existing software patches are unable to properly defend against zero-day exploits, meaning attacks of this nature present a serious security risk to organizations.

Until the underlying vulnerability is mitigated, a zero-day exploit is akin to a pathogen for which no vaccine is available.

The Daily Swig offers insight into the most recent zero-day vulnerability news and zero-day exploits based on these unresolved bugs.