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Security acrthiecture to defend against a 0-Day exploit?

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:01 pm    Post subject: Security acrthiecture to defend against a 0-Day exploit? Reply with quote

As the title says i want to know what kind of security measures or hardware devices OR CONFIGURATIONS to be installed or followed to defend a network against 0-day exploits.

As we all know 0-day exploits are not known by any one but as most 0-day exploits use's poor coding in Application's used by the users inside the network (such as team viewer,messenger's,vnc viewer,squid tables etc...) is there any ways to stop their end results,such as after sucessful exploitation a hacker will try to inject a tcp shell or reverse shell or some sort of back-door via the exploited software Applications ?

also i want to know what sort of techniques and methods are being followed by secured networks to protect their networks against the 0-day exploits?

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