Security by default, in software, means that the default configuration settings are the most secure settings possible, which are not necessarily the most user friendly settings. In many cases, security and user friendliness are evaluated based on both risk analysis and usability tests. This leads to the discussion of what the most secure settings actually are. As a result, the precise meaning of "secure by default" remains undefined.
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