A Decade of Exploit Database Data

Managing the Exploit Database is one of those ongoing tasks that ends up taking a significant amount of time and often, we don’t take the time to step back and look at the trends as they occur over time. Have there been more exploits over the years? Perhaps fewer? Is there a shift in platforms being targeted? Has the bar for exploits indeed been raised with the increase in more secure operating system protections?

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What’s New with Exploit Database?

New Features in the Exploit Database

Over the past 6 years, we have been maintaining and updating the Exploit Database on a daily basis, which now boasts over 35,000 exploits. While we constantly work on improving our back-end and entry quality. Over the years there haven’t really been any updates to the front-end, which has traditionally stayed ominously dark and foreboding. As you may have already seen this changed about two weeks ago, with the introduction of the new and improved Exploit Database website.

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Exploit Database Hosted on GitHub

We have recently completed some renovations on the Exploit Database backend systems and moved the EDB exploit repository to Github. This means that it’s now easier than ever to copy, clone or fork the whole repository. The previous SVN CVS has been retired.

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Offensive Security Exploit Archive Online

After a short and intense setup, we are ready to present the Offsec Exploit Archive. We’ve recreated the milw0rm database, updated it and are now accepting submissions. The purpose of the site is to provide researchers and security enthusiasts a repository of exploits, and when possible, the relevant affected software. We’ve started the party by posting a few new exploits of our own – namely a Novell eDirectory 8.8 SP5 iConsole Buffer overflow exploit and a HP Power Manager Administration Universal Buffer Overflow Exploit.

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