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Top vulnerabilities with the highest CVSSv3 temp scores at the moment. The score is generated by separate values which are called vectors. Those vectors define the structure of the vulnerability. They rely on attack prerequisites and impact. The calculated score ranges between 0.0 and 10.0 whereas a high value declares a high risk. The main score is the base score which analyses the structure of the vulnerability only. The extended score called temp score introduces time-based aspects like exploit and countermeasure availability. Our moderators classify every entry to generate a CVSS score as accurate as posible.
Top vulnerabilities with the highest exploit price at the moment. These price estimations are calculated prices based on mathematical algorithm. This algorithm got developed by our specialists over the years by observing the exploit market structure and exchange behavior of involved actors. It allows the prediction of generic prices by considering multiple technical aspects of the affected vulnerability. The more technical details are available the higher the accuracy of the reproducable approximation.
Exploits are small tools or larger frameworks which help to exploit a vulnerability or even fully automate the exploitation. The development of exploits takes time and effort which is why an exploit market exists. By observing the market structure it is possible to determine current and to forecast future prices. This information might influence a risk assessment.
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