As a verb exploited
As a noun cybervulnerability is
a vulnerability which may be exploited via a network, such as the internet, allowing remote attacks.
A heroic or extraordinary deed.
(computing) A program or technique that exploits a vulnerability in other software.
To use for one’s own advantage.
* take advantage of,
A vulnerability which may be exploited via a network, such as the Internet, allowing remote attacks.
* In a statement on Friday, the Idaho National Laboratory confirmed that it formed a partnership with Siemens but said it was one of many with manufacturers to identify cybervulnerabilities.
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