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#"a condition that causes a device or [[system]] component to fail to perform in a required manner."<ref>[[Department of Defense]], [[National Computer Security Center]], Glossary of Computer Security Terms (NCSC-TG-004, Ver. 1) (Oct. 21, 1988).</ref>
 
#"a condition that causes a device or [[system]] component to fail to perform in a required manner."<ref>[[Department of Defense]], [[National Computer Security Center]], Glossary of Computer Security Terms (NCSC-TG-004, Ver. 1) (Oct. 21, 1988).</ref>
 
#"[a] weakness of the [[system]] that allows someone to [[circumvent]] protective controls."<ref>[[Auditing and Financial Management: Glossary of EDP Terminology]], at 8.</ref>
 
#"[a] weakness of the [[system]] that allows someone to [[circumvent]] protective controls."<ref>[[Auditing and Financial Management: Glossary of EDP Terminology]], at 8.</ref>
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{{Quote|1. A [[defect]] in a [[hardware device]] or [[component]]; for example, a short circuit or broken wire. 2. An incorrect step, [[process]], or [[data]] definition in a [[computer program]].<ref>[[IEEE]], IEEE Standard Glossary of Software Engineering Terminology (IEEE Std 610.12-1990) (1990) ([http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=159342 full-text]).</ref>}}
 
   
 
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