CVE Data Updates and RSS Feeds

CVE itself does not provide data feeds. However, information about newly assigned CVE Identifiers, as well as changes to previously posted CVE Identifiers, are available from external resources. Alternatively, you can perform manual searches of the CVE List by CVE-ID number or keyword.

Data Updates

  • CVE Change Logs — A free tool from CERIAS/Purdue University allows you to obtain daily or monthly changes to CVE Identifiers.

Feeds

  • National Vulnerability Database (NVD) — The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) NVD provides (1) "XML Vulnerability Feeds – security related software flaws contained within XML documents. Each vulnerability in the file includes a description and associated reference links from the CVE® dictionary feed, as well as a CVSS base score, vulnerable product configuration, and weakness categorization"; (2) "RSS Vulnerability Feeds – an eight day window of security related software flaws"; (3) "Vulnerability Translation Feeds – translations of vulnerability feeds"; and (4) "Vulnerability Vendor Statements – statements provided by vendors regarding a particular flaw affecting within a product".

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