CVEScan

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Install latest/stable of CVEScan

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install cvescan

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Security/CVE vulnerability monitoring for Ubuntu

CVEScan analyzes an Ubuntu system to check whether all available security patches have been installed. CVEScan produces a clear, concise report that tells you which, if any, security patches an Ubuntu system may be missing.

In addition to scanning a local system, CVEScan can scan a package manifest file. This is useful in environments where CVEScan cannot be installed on every system.

Installation -> sudo snap install cvescan Usage Information -> cvescan -h

See https://github.com/canonical/sec-cvescan for more details

Details for CVEScan

License
  • GPL-3.0+

Last updated
  • 1 September 2020

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