16 Top sites for threat databases and alerts

Take a look at this collection of 16 top sites for threat databases and alerts. Each of these sites can assist you in getting information on cyber attacks and threats.

This list was found on Github; /okhosting/awesome-cyber-security
  1. ATT&CK – ATT&CK is a knowledge base of cyber adversary behavior and taxonomy for adversarial actions across their lifecycle. ATT&CK has two parts: ATT&CK for Enterprise, which covers behavior against enterprise IT networks and cloud, and ATT&CK for Mobile, which focuses on behavior against mobile devices.
  2. NHS Digital Cyber Alerts – They issue cyber security alert notifications to health and care organizations, ranging from weekly threat bulletins to immediate high-severity alerts.
  3. cve-search – cve-search is accessible via a web interface and an HTTP API. cve-search is an interface to search publicly known information from security vulnerabilities in software and hardware along with their corresponding exposures.
  4. VULDB – Number one vulnerability database documenting and explaining security vulnerabilities, threats, and exploits since 1970.
  5. The Exploit Database – The Exploit Database is maintained by Offensive Security, an information security training company that provides various Information Security Certifications as well as high end penetration testing services.
  6. 0day.today – 0day.today – Biggest Exploits Database and 0day market – The Underground, is one of the world’s most popular and comprehensive computer security websites.
  7. RAPID7 – A curated repository of vetted computer software exploits and exploitable vulnerabilities.
  8. National Vulnerability Database – The NVD is the U.S. government repository of standards based vulnerability management data represented using the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP).
  9. CXSecurity – (WLB2) World Laboratory of Bugtraq is a huge collection of information on data communications safety. Its main objective is to inform about errors in various applications.
  10. China National Vulnerability Database (CNNVD) – Chinese government-run vulnerability database analogous to the United States’s CVE database hosted by Mitre Corporation.
  11. Vulnerability Assessment Platform – Largest correlated database of vulnerabilities and exploits.
  12. GitHub Advisory Database – The latest security vulnerabilities from the world of open source software.
  13. OSV – OSV is a vulnerability database and triage infrastructure for open source projects aimed at helping both open source maintainers and consumers of open source.
  14. Snyk Vulnerability DB – Detailed information and remediation guidance for known vulnerabilities.
  15. Vulnerability Notes Database – The Vulnerability Notes Database provides information about software vulnerabilities. Vulnerability notes include summaries, technical details, remediation information, and lists of affected vendors.
  16. Intelligence X – Intelligence X is a search engine and data archive. The company is based in Prague, Czech Republic. Its mission is to develop and maintain the search engine and data archive.
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