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2015-11-13 20:47 GMT+03:00 Shawn Wells <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 11/12/15 11:58 PM, Jerome Athias wrote:
>> For "master download" of NVD:
> Nice - thanks!
> Looks like the CVE content is posted with mappings to vendor announcements
> (RHSA, Cisco SA). e.g.:
> I believe you'll need to ping vendors for associated OVAL content.
>> 2015-11-13 1:15 GMT+03:00 Shawn Wells <email@example.com>:
>>> On 11/10/15 3:04 PM, Su Zhang wrote:
>>>> Thanks for your response.
>>>> I looked into the doc and found the following description
>>>> "The oscap utility maps Red Hat Security Advisories to CVE identifiers
>>>> that are linked to the National Vulnerability Database and reports which
>>>> security advisories are not applied."
>>>> However, does Red Hat security advisories capture all CVEs? Or it only
>>>> capture its own product related CVEs? If it does not have a
>>>> CVEs, then do you know how to incorporate the entire NVD vulnerability
>>> Definitely a good question, and one we may not be documenting in the best
>>> The Red Hat CVE content reflects authoritative content for *Red Hat*
>>> technologies. For example, RHEL6 CVE data would include "core RHEL," but
>>> also packages that we ship/support, such as our release of Apache
>>> in Enterprise Linux.
>>> For third party vendors (e.g. MongoDB, Websphere) you'd have to get
>>> data directly from them. I'm not aware of a "master download" of NVD,
>>> however they do point you to various vendor content:
>>> CIS recently took over DHS' OVAL repository from MITRE, and it contains
>>> CVE definitions for Unix/Linux/Windows/VMWare:
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