CVE Api - Parse & filter the latest CVEs from cve.mitre.org



Parse & filter the latest CVEs from https://cve.mitre.org.


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Usage
http://localhost:4000/cve?target=KEYWORD
The year parameter is optional.
http://localhost:4000/cve?target=KEYWORD&year=YEAR

Examples
http://localhost:4000/cve?target=ruby%20on%20rails



http://localhost:4000/cve?target=ruby%20on%20rails&year=2020
If you want to parse the latest year, use the "latest" keyword.
http://localhost:4000/cve?target=ruby%20on%20rails&year=latest

Getting started
  • Download the project
  • bundle install
  • ruby rest.rb

Requirements
  • Ruby
  • Docker (Optional, only required if you want to run through a container.)

Environment
You can switch between prod & dev at config/environment.rb
You need to create one yourself, an example can be found here.

Healthcheck
The url will return a status code of 200 which means the api is healthy.
If 200 is not shown then you should assume there is something wrong.
http://localhost:4000/status

Manage image

Access
You can access the api via http://localhost:4000/
You should be able to view the index page from the url.


Build image
docker build . -t cve-api

Run image
docker run -p 4000:4000 -d cve-api

Get id
docker ps

Stop image
docker stop ID

Remove image
docker rmi cve-api


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