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The types of stances an exploit can take, such as passive or aggressive. Stances indicate whether or not the exploit triggers the exploit without waiting for one or more conditions to be met (aggressive) or whether it must wait for certain conditions to be satisfied before the exploit can be initiated (passive)
Constant Summary collapse
- Aggressive =
Used to indicate that an exploit takes an aggressive stance. This means that the exploit proactively triggers a vulnerability.
- Passive =
Used to indicate that an exploit takes a passive stance. This means that the exploit waits for interaction from a client or other entity before being able to trigger the vulnerability.