Vulnerabilities are originated from system's security Bugs, which may exist in software programs and CMOS chips as well, and often utilized by hackers up to no good as the leaks to disable personal computers and networks.

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What's CVE?

CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) is a list of vulnerabilities and exposures that aims to provide common names for publicly known problems. The goal of CVE is to make it easier to share data across separate vulnerability capabilities (tools, repositories, and services) with this "common enumeration."
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What is a CAN?

CAN(CVE "Candidates") stand for those vulnerabilities or exposures under consideration for acceptance into CVE.

Candidates are assigned with special numbers distinguishing them from CVE entries. However, these numbers may become CVE entries if the candidates are accepted into CVE.
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