The list is made up of exploits that have been exploited by thousands of people, or thousands of times, according to a new report by cybersecurity company CrowdStrike.
The company also released a list of the most commonly used exploits.
This chart from CrowdStrike shows the top ten most frequently used exploits in use by hackers worldwide, according in-depth research into the exploits by The American Conservatives.
The top ten exploits in which the most people have exploited in the past month The most frequently abused exploits by people worldwide The most commonly exploited exploits by hackers in the last six months The most common exploits that people use in the wild on the Internet The most popular exploit on the web The most abused exploits that were not detected by researchers for more than six monthsThe most common exploit that was not used by people in the previous six monthsIn the charts above, the data is broken down into a number of different categories: exploits, vulnerabilities, exploits with no known vulnerabilities, and exploits with potential exploits.
While the data presented in the chart above represents the vast majority of the exploits on the Web, there are a few important caveats.
First, the top 10 exploit numbers may not represent the most common and/or the most exploited exploits, and in fact, they may not even be the most popular.
The top 10 exploits in terms of number of exploits and number of reported exploits could be far from representative of the total number of vulnerabilities on the market.
Second, many of the vulnerabilities that were identified as exploitable by researchers could also have been discovered by others in the security community.
For example, some of the more popular exploits could have been patched before the CrowdStrike team published the report.
In this way, it is not clear which of the top-10 exploits were the most successful in finding vulnerabilities in users and developers.
Third, there is not a direct correlation between the number of reports of exploits being exploited and the number used by a given company.
The most exploited vulnerabilities may not be the ones most likely to be exploited by other hackers.
Finally, not all exploits that are found by researchers will be successful in their mission of helping a hacker to take control of a system.
The more exploits that a company reports finding, the more successful it will be in its mission to help a hacker take control.
The CrowdStrike report found that hackers typically exploit vulnerabilities that are relatively easy to spot, such as a memory corruption vulnerability that can be easily exploited by a hacker using a remote control.
However, they also exploit vulnerabilities for which the attacker has to use advanced knowledge to exploit them, such a denial of service vulnerability or a network privilege escalation vulnerability.
For instance, in the case of a memory vulnerability, the attackers have to have full knowledge of the system architecture and the kernel privileges, or they would need to have physical access to the computer to exploit it.
In some cases, the attack is so sophisticated that it is able to exploit an issue in the kernel that allows a malicious program to take advantage of the vulnerability to execute arbitrary code.
For other exploits, the attacker needs to be in the same environment as the system administrator to exploit the vulnerability.
In these cases, attackers have been known to find exploits that can not be exploited with the knowledge that the system is in a secure state.
CrowdStrike researchers said that the most used exploits are generally not as common as they are on the internet, and that the majority of exploits are in the private sector.
The report found exploits for a few common applications such as email and file sharing.
The company said that, although it did not provide an exact breakdown of the number and severity of the attacks that are being used, it did say that it found an average of approximately 1.5 exploits per day.
For a company that is well known for its research on malware, it was disappointing to see that its average was so low.
In terms of the companies’ impact, CrowdStrike found that the average amount of revenue earned from the average of 1.4 exploits per month was $0.13 per month.
However the average was $1.26 per month for companies with over 1 million users, or $0,09 per month in the aggregate.
In the case that an average was only $0 or $1 per month, that would amount to an estimated $0 to $1 million in revenue per month per user.
This report does not include the impact that companies like Google and Facebook may have had on the reported average amount, as they may have taken part in the attack.
However in general, the average value per exploit per month is much higher than the actual number of users that may have been affected by the exploits.
The impact of exploits in generalOn average, the number, number of and severity scores of the average exploits are much higher for companies that report a high amount of exploits than for companies where the average number of exploit reported is lower.
The average score of the 10 most used exploitation types for the most recent six months is $