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
Namely that, for most voters, especially Labour's core vote, the market is not a cold tyrant or a cruel exploiter.
In his life's story there were no paragraphs that old Maddy was a hoarder of gold or a promoter or exploiter of things found.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
“I will be the exploiter and not the accomplice of modern Satanism,” said the pious Doctor Bataille.Devil-Worship in France|Arthur Edward Waite
For skilful attempts to convert a knock into a boost, commend us to the discredited nostrum exploiter.