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When systems, hardware, or software are not supported b…

When systems, hardware, or software are not supported by the original vendor, it is a vulnerability known as:

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A.
system sprawl

B.
end-of-life systems

C.
resource exhaustion

D.
a default configuration

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2 Comments on “When systems, hardware, or software are not supported b…

  1. blabla says:

    B seems correct.

    All systems eventually reach an end-of-life stage.

    End-of-life is defined as when the system has reached a point where it can no longer function as intended.

    End-of-life status can be reached for many reasons,

    ….. such as lack of vendor support,

    …. a failure to instantiate on newer hardware,

    …. or incompatibility with other aspects of a system.

    Old software systems are frequently referred to as legacy systems, especially when they are still in use post end-of-life.




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  2. meac says:

    The question is badly written, once more.
    Why would an original vendor not support its own systems, hardware, or software?
    What sort of vendor does that?
    The question should read: “When systems, hardware, or software are NO LONGER supported by the original vendor…” instead.

    This makes “B- end-of-life systems “ is the only feasible answer




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