unpatched

unpatched

(ʌnˈpætʃt)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of clothes) not patched up to cover holes
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No man ever stood the lower in my estimation for having a patch in his clothes; yet I am sure that there is greater anxiety, commonly, to have fashionable, or at least clean and unpatched clothes, than to have a sound conscience.
A lot of this was the Cupertino company's own doing when it mistakenly unpatched a vulnerability on iOS 12.4 which was already fixed on iOS 12.3.
SandboxEscaper also mentions that there are four more unpatched bugs that are yet to be disclosed, three LPEs and one sandbox escape.
Hall said the unpatched security flaw opens the door to spying by rogue entities on human rights activists, journalists and others.
Don't leave unpatched system on the Internet because you will be sure they will be attacked and hacked,' he said.
This is reminiscent of the Heartbleed vulnerability disclosed in 2014 in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, which enabled the widespread unintended disclosure of the memory of the host on which the unpatched version of the library ran.
This malware is programmed to actively seek unpatched vulnerabilities.
More than 25% of mobile devices used by employees of financial-services firms are at risk from attack by malicious hackers due to unpatched vulnerabilities, according to Symantec's recently published Q2 Mobile Threat Intelligence Report: Mobility and Finance.
Attacks nowadays are highly automated and hackers will quickly locate any exposed unpatched software and quickly exploit it.
By exploiting weaknesses like unpatched software, default password use, unsecured Wi-Fi access, and exposed ports through which malicious software could be installed, hackers were able to break into every machine in the room with relative ease through wireless, networked and hardware attacks.