National Vulnerability Database


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National Vulnerability Database

An online search engine for the CVE vulnerabilities database. Users may select from any combination of vendor, product, vulnerability source, type or consequence to generate a list of documented vulnerabilities. Each entry provides a link to detailed information, thus providing an excellent tool for anyone seeking an up-to-date list of known security problems for their system components. Originally introduced as the ICAT Metabase in 1999, the product's search structure was completely rewritten and enhanced in 2005. To use the database, visit http://nvd.nist.gov.
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And as per the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) maintained by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVE) database maintained by MITRE, over 14,500 new vulnerabilities in 2017 was recorded compared to 2,000 till March 2018.
Using machine-learning algorithm, the system is able to identify tweets about new vulnerabilities that will show up days later on the National Vulnerability Database, Wired reported.
The National Vulnerability Database assigned 16,412 new common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), a 12% increase over the previous year.

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