Origin of exploit1
synonym study for exploit
Other definitions for exploit (2 of 2)
- a flaw in hardware or software that is vulnerable to hacking or other cyberattacks.
- a piece of software that takes advantage of such a flaw to compromise a computer system or network.
Origin of exploit2
OTHER WORDS FROM exploit
How to use exploit in a sentence
If they make it through the desert with their lives, they become exploitable bodies, still anonymous, still rendered invisible.Gael García Bernal on the Human Drama Behind Anonymous Migrant Dead|Gael Garcia Bernal|January 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They are easily exploitable, and they lower the wage base of the entire workforce.
Machine production in its opening phases, demanded large, concentrated and exploitable populations.
For them the earth is not an exploitable ground but the living mother.Ulysses|James Joyce
The friendless, exploitable alien by his presence tends to corrupt our laws and practices respecting labor.The Old World in the New|Edward Alsworth Ross
They are susceptible, exploitable, hysterical, non-resistant to external suggestion.