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A de facto standard is something that is used so widely that it is considered a standard for a given application although it has no official status. Some examples are libraries, components, or systems that are offered by a proprietary corporation that have not gone through a Standards Developing Organization (SDO). Examples of de facto standards are Ethereum, Windows, Java, Log4J, etc.

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