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CVE Lookup - App with data and dashboards driven by free CVE info from NVD.

Splunk Cloud
This app is created to pull down free JSON information of CVE(s) from NVD (https://nvd.nist.gov/).
Pulling down all the vulnerability information published by NVD into Splunk, enables the user to quickly lookup CVE information, related vendor, products and advisory urls in one awesome Splunk dashboard.
Brought to you by: https://fuzzmymind.com

Release Notes

Version 2.0.0
April 22, 2020

Now supports latest nvd 1.1 json feed
Supports year 2018,2019 and 2020
Removed vendor/product specific information because of the updated nvd 1.1 feed
Contains scripted input which may affect deployment to distributed environments

Version 1.0
June 10, 2019

CVE Lookup Splunk App - Brought to you by Fuzzmymind.com (package id: cve_lookup)
Version: 1.0
Description: This app pulls in the free CVE JSON feed published by NVD (https://nvd.nist.gov/) via a Splunk Modular input.
Index: cve
Sourcetypes: cveinfo, cveproducts and cvereferences
There are 2 sample dashboards too, CVE Lookup By Year and CVE Lookup By Vendor

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