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Many security problems in software systems are because of vulnerabilities caused by improper configurations. A poorly configured software system leads to a multitude of vulnerabilities that can be exploited by adversaries. The problem becomes even more serious when the architecture of the underlying system is static and the misconfiguration remains for a longer period of time, enabling adversaries to thoroughly inspect the software system under attack during the reconnaissance stage. Employingdoi:10.3390/electronics10192392 fatcat:dahh2obzpffonn35vahvin7kmm