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In-the-wild (also spelled in the wild) refers to
|“||[m]alware that is currently detected in active computers connected to the Internet, as compared to those confined to internal test networks, malware research laboratories, or malware sample lists.||”|
|“||malware in general use (thereby making attribution difficult) or an unpatched or unknown vulnerability discovered in an information system.||”|
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