Author: Derek Kruszewski

A Deeper Dive into VEX Documents

 

At the end of last summer, I wrote a blog post explaining the merits of Vulnerability Exploitability eXchange (VEX) documents. Almost 8 months later, I stand by the importance of these documents when it comes to efficient management of vulnerabilities. With our CTO, Eric Byres presenting on this very topic at S4x22, it seems like a good time to come back to VEX documents and dig into what they actually look like.

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What is VEX and What Does it Have to Do with SBOMs?

 

Recently, we have been fielding many inquiries here at aDolus regarding “VEX.” If you are not familiar with this mysterious abbreviation, you’ve fortunately landed in the right place. This blog post explains what VEX is and the crucial role VEX plays within the Software Bill of Material (SBOM) space.

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NTIA Publishes Minimum Components of an SBOM

In today’s blog post I’d like to recognize all the hard work done by NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Administration) and congratulate them on publishing the minimum elements for a Software Bill of Materials… more commonly referred to as an SBOM. In particular, I’d like to give a shout-out to Allan Friedman who has been championing the SBOM cause for some time now. It’s good to see his committed effort captured in this comprehensive...

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