The following are examples of the new fields included:
Cisco bug IDs
extensive vulnerability information
full product list
Since the code is open source, you can also add the capability to add any other fields from the CVRF file. There is even an option to save an API data call to a CSV or JSON file or display it out to the screen in a neat table. openVulnQuery is also a library with importable modules. User can import query_client module to initialize a client with appropriate credentials and perform queries on the Cisco PSIRT openVuln API. The code is available in the Cisco PSIRT github repository and the tool can also be installed using the Python Package Index (PyPI).
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