"A zero-day vulnerability is one which the application vendor is not aware of, which is being exploited.
If the application vendor knew about it for 2 years, but did not fix it, it is by definition NOT a zero-day vulnerability. The days start counting from when the vendor becomes aware of the vuln."
I have a list of question regarding that claim:
1. Who decide what is the official and true meaning of a new expression? Are there some sort of official institute that keep a list or something? If so, could you be so kind as to direct me to it?
2. If unable to answer on the previous question: Are you able to present to me some sort of statistics or numbers that the common usage of the expression are in majority what you claim it means, and under no circumstances could have additional meaning?
3. Regardless of whether you are correct or not: Why do you feel a need to address this, and what is the purpose to it?
4. Do you feel that your comment adds value to the article and its comment section?
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