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A zero-day attack, or 0day attack, occurs on the 0th day when a vulnerability is discovered and affects an application in such a way that the security industry has never seen before, attacking the application before it can be patched. Large-scale zero-day attacks are typically pre-distributed and set in motion before the attack actually takes place, granting maximum effectiveness between the initial attack and successful patch.

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