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OpenCVE is the easiest way to track CVE updates and be alerted about new vulnerabilities.

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Explore the CVE database

OpenCVE lets you search inside the whole CVE list and filter the results according to your needs: by Vendor, Product, CVSS or CWE.

You can even create your own tags (unread, important, devteam...) and organize the CVE based on your own criteria.

>> Display the last critical CVE

Analyse the CVE details

OpenCVE is synchronized with the NVD feed, so each CVE displays the standards you already know (CVE, CWE, CPE, CVSS).

The complete history of the CVE is saved, from its creation date until its last change (new CPE added, CVSS score changed...).

>> See the CVE-2021-44228 example

Subscribe to Vendors and Products

You will be notified as soon as a CVE concerning your subscriptions is published or updated (new CPE, CVSS score changed...).

And to quickly see what is interesting for you, the last changes of your subscriptions are displayed in your homepage.

>> Register to customize your dashboard

Receive Report Notifications

OpenCVE sends you an email each time your subscriptions change. This report remain available in your account, and you can even share it with your colleagues.

Note that we plan to add other integrations like Slack or Jira.

>> Display a report example

Use the Rest API

Integrate OpenCVE with your own tools and improve your vulnerabilities management using the Rest API.

You will be able to analyse the changes in your reports, list the last CVEs, filter them by vendors, products, CWE, CVSS score or even using your custom tags.

>> Read the API Documentation

OpenCVE is on Github

OpenCVE has been released on Github, so you can now use it in SaaS mode or On-premise.

You want a new feature ? You discovered a bug ? Create an issue, or even better make a pull-request, we'll be happy to review it.

>> See the Github repository

Get started to move your security forward

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How it works

Subscribe to vendors

Many CVE are released every day, but you're not interested by all of them. OpenCVE allows you to filter the list by subscribing to vendors and their products (Microsoft, Cisco, Apple, Wordpress...).

Receive notifications

OpenCVE regularly fetches the list of CVE from the NVD and checks your subscriptions: if an update concerns you, a notification is automatically sent. You can also choose to group the alerts and send them once a day.

Analyse the CVE

You just receive an alert concerning your vendors and products, it's now time to go into details to check if you're impacted : what are the vulnerable versions, what is the CVSS score, read the references links, etc.


The Team

Nicolas Crocfer

Core Developer

Laurent Durnez