A zero-day vulnerability is also known as a zero-day exploit. It basically is a flaw in a web application that has gone unnoticed. In other words, it is an unknown exploit in the wild that exposes a vulnerability in any application. It occurs when a vulnerability is released in any software unnoticed and is available to be exploited wildly exploited by hackers. Generally, a zero-day exploit doesn't have any trace or historical data as it is a completely new vulnerability unknown to the software vendor and security teams across the world. A zero-day exploit leaves no opportunity for detection. Simply put, it is a security vulnerability for which no mitigation or patch is available at the time it is disclosed or made public.
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