About CVEFeed.io Project

What is CVEFeed.io

It's is a project that aims to provide a single place for security professionals to find the latest information on security vulnerabilities and exploits. We aggregate data from various sources (such as NVD, GitHub, EPSS, CISA KEV) and provide a single platform that can be used to keep up to date with the latest security news.

Motivation: Why ?

Starting a new project on finding security weaknesses means I have to spend a lot of time looking up information about my 'target,' like past security issues and examples on GitHub.

There are plenty of great tools out there that you can run from your computer. However, most online platforms that offer what you need either ask for a subscription or are too focused on promoting their brand, which I get and respect.

But, as the industry leans more towards solutions for Managing Attack Surfaces (ASM) and Managing Vulnerabilities (VM), sources of information on vulnerabilities are also turning commercial. I made this website to give the latest info on vulnerabilities to people who are looking into security. It's just starting, but I plan to grow it into a comprehensive source of information for security researchers, testers, and analysts.

How can you help?

First and the most important thing about the cvefeed.io is that I want to keep it free for everyone. I don't want to put any paywall or subscription model on this website. So, if you like the project and want to help:

  • Share it with your friends and colleagues
  • Open a issue and report the bugs. https://github.com/cvefeed/cvefeed.io
  • Ask for a feature or suggest an improvement
  • If you are want to financially support the project, you can drop me a email at [email protected] or use the contact form below.

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