Added RSS feeds! You can generate custom feeds using the form below.
This form is also added to vendor, product and version detail pages so you can generate
custom feeds for each vendor, product or version.
You can use this form to generate a custom rss feed. (Selected vulnerability types are OR'ed. If you don't select any criteria "all" CVE entries will be returned)
provides an easy to use web interface to CVE vulnerability data.
You can browse for vendors, products and versions and view cve entries, vulnerabilities, related to them.
You can view statistics about vendors, products and versions of products.
CVE details are displayed in a single, easy to use page, see a sample
CVE vulnerability data are taken from National Vulnerability Database (NVD) xml feeds provided by National Institue of
Standards and Technology.
Additional data from several sources like exploits from www.exploit-db.com,
vendor statements and additional vendor supplied data,
Metasploit modules are also published in addition to NVD CVE data.
Vulnerabilities are classified by cvedetails.com using keyword matching and
cwe numbers if possible, but they are mostly based on keywords.
Unless otherwise stated CVSS scores listed on this site are "CVSS Base Scores" provided in NVD feeds.
Vulnerability data are updated daily using NVD feeds.Please visit nvd.nist.gov for more details.
Please contact admin at cvedetails.com or use our
if you have any questions, suggestions or feature requests.
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures, also known as CVE, is a dictionary of common names for publicly known cybersecurity vulnerabilities. CVE's common identifiers make it easier to share data across separate network security databases and tools, and provide a baseline for evaluating the coverage of an organization’s security tools.
. If a report from one of your security tools incorporates CVE Identifiers, you may then quickly and accurately access fix information in one or more separate CVE-compatible databases to remediate the problem. The National Cybersecurity FFRDC, owned by The MITRE Corporation, maintains the system, with funding from the National Cyber Security Division of the United States Department of Homeland Security.
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