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CWE CATEGORY: SFP Secondary Cluster: Race Condition Window

Category ID: 988
Status: Incomplete
+ Summary
This category identifies Software Fault Patterns (SFPs) within the Race Condition Window cluster.
+ Membership
NatureTypeIDName
MemberOfCategoryCategory - a CWE entry that contains a set of other entries that share a common characteristic.894SFP Primary Cluster: Synchronization
HasMemberClassClass - a weakness that is described in a very abstract fashion, typically independent of any specific language or technology. More general than a Base weakness.362Concurrent Execution using Shared Resource with Improper Synchronization ('Race Condition')
HasMemberBaseBase - a weakness that is described in an abstract fashion, but with sufficient details to infer specific methods for detection and prevention. More general than a Variant weakness, but more specific than a Class weakness.363Race Condition Enabling Link Following
HasMemberBaseBase - a weakness that is described in an abstract fashion, but with sufficient details to infer specific methods for detection and prevention. More general than a Variant weakness, but more specific than a Class weakness.367Time-of-check Time-of-use (TOCTOU) Race Condition
HasMemberVariantVariant - a weakness that is described at a very low level of detail, typically limited to a specific language or technology. More specific than a Base weakness.370Missing Check for Certificate Revocation after Initial Check
HasMemberClassClass - a weakness that is described in a very abstract fashion, typically independent of any specific language or technology. More general than a Base weakness.638Not Using Complete Mediation
+ Content History
Submissions
Submission DateSubmitterOrganization
2014-07-29CWE Content TeamMITRE

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