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Synonyms for flaw

Synonyms for flaw

something that mars the appearance or causes inadequacy or failure

Synonyms for flaw

an imperfection in an object or machine

defect or weakness in a person's character

an imperfection in a plan or theory or legal document that causes it to fail or that reduces its effectiveness

add a flaw or blemish to

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Of course, the problem is this could end up fuelling cyber attacks by also making hackers aware of the flaw.
Of course, the problem is this could end up fuelling cyberattacks by also making hackers aware of the flaw.
AMD on the other hand says that the security flaw "is near zero risk to AMD products at this time.
Through the design flaw, attackers can gain access to a Windows or Linux kernel by installing a simple program.
It doesn't feel like a coincidence that the low-scan frequency languages PHP and JavaScript had a higher prevalence of major flaw categories like SQL injection, cross-site scripting, cryptographic errors, and credentials management flaws.
Miscreants who exploit these flaws can take over the vulnerable device - all a victim has to do is open a JPEG or PDF file booby-trapped with malicious code, so get patching before you're caught out.
SourceDNA says that the day the flaw was identified and patched, they found about 20,000 of the 100,000 apps using AFNetworking were updated or had released apps after the flawed code was committed.
Pretty soon, our archery experience went from mindlessly cycling arrows to refining our flaws one at a time.
Shreateh continued to explain the flaw to Facebook but was greeted by an email from security stating, "I am sorry this is not a bug.
They used extreme values of the characteristic flaw and microstructure features that were assumed to have nominal value (50% probability) and 99.
According to a report by Gizmodo, the web applications security specialist Nir Goldshlager posted details of how he was able to gain access to any Facebook account he wanted because of a flaw in Facebook's Oauth, a method of authentication used by the social network.
One of the most common arguments against using advanced flaw assessment methods is that the traditional approaches are "conservative," in that they tend to underestimate burst pressure and critical flaw size.
flaw in a message to customers on its website on Wednesday.
Microsoft has confirmed reports of a security flaw in its Windows operating system that hackers could use to temporarily destabilize Windows 7 PCs.
The security flaw, discovered by Sky-Recon, centres on the Windows Local Procedure Call interface, and is similar to the problems exploited by the Sasser worm back in 2004," said Calum Macleod, Cyber-Ark's European director.