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Codes from exploit programs are frequently reused in:

A.
trojan horses only.

B.
computer viruses only.

C.
OS patchers.

D.
eavedroppers.

E.
trojan horses and computer viruses.

F.
None of the choices.

Explanation:
“The term “”exploit”” generally refers to small programs designed to take advantage of a software
flaw that has been discovered, either remote or local. The code from the exploit program is
frequently reused in trojan horses and computer viruses. In some cases, a vulnerability can lie in a
certain programs processing of a specific file type, such as a non-executable media file.”

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