But if you forget to install a lock in your door, that is a vulnerability.
Actually, when you forget to lock your door, it is a vulnerability in your process of leaving home. The problem is not that you didn't lock the door, it's that you're likely to do it again, because you haven't developed a strong habit of closing the door.
I blame node.js and Rails for the global memory shortage that keeps prices sky high
Not checking password in your authentication code is also a mistake. It's letting in people that shouldn't be let in.
Are you going to say these things aren't vulnerabilities either?
If not, where do you draw a line?
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Window. Open it.