They are predicated on an assumption of fossil fuel scarcity and U.S. vulnerability to volatile global oil markets.
Meanwhile, vulnerability, risk, unpredictability, and sudden transformation are the constitutive experiences of human life.
We should be less worried about teenage hacktivists knocking servers offline than about the vulnerability of our smartphones.
The vulnerability for the GOP had been a lack of candidates in traditional swing states.
His music bled menace and lust, but also tenderness and vulnerability and an overpowering romantic lyricism.
In addition to the possibility of being shot at by other aircraft, an important consideration was vulnerability from the ground.
This could be harmful by increasing the vulnerability of these areas to Soviet pressure.
Gliding shadows moving warily, stealing as though searching out its form, and measuring its vulnerability.
The vulnerability of human life on the moon struck Crag forcibly.
(d) The length and vulnerability of possible lines of communication.
c.1600, from Late Latin vulnerabilis "wounding," from Latin vulnerare "to wound," from vulnus (genitive vulneris) "wound," perhaps related to vellere "pluck, to tear."
A bug or feature of a system that exposes it to possible attack, a flaw in the system's security.
A common example of a vulnerability due to a bug is buffer overrun, where carefully constructed input can allow an attacker to insert arbitrary code into a running program and have it executed.
The most serious vulnerabilities are those in network software, especially if they exploit traffic that is allowed through the firewall like HTTP, for example exploiting a bug in a web browser.
The Open Source Vulnerability Database lists many vulnerabilities.