Red Hat Security Data API

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Red Hat Product Security is committed to providing tools and security data to help you better assess your protection from security threats. This data has been available on our Security Data page and will now also be available in a machine-consumable format via the Security Data API. With the API, customers can programmatically query for data that was previously exposed only through files on our Security Data page.

The data provided by the Security Data API is the same as what is found on the Security Data page: OVAL definitions, Common Vulnerability Reporting Framework (CVRF) documents and CVE data. All data is available in its native XML format or in a representative JSON format.

This effort is a part of Red Hat Product Security's commitment to providing security data to customers in an easy-to-use format.

For any questions or concerns with the API or the data it provides, please contact Red Hat Product Security.

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