How to Add New Queries - Vulmon Alerts

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How to Add New Queries

There are two types of subscription on Vulmon Alerts: Search engine query subscription and strict query subscription.

Search Engine Query Subscription:

Search engine queries are the fastest way to get notified about newly published vulnerabilities of interest to you. You can subscribe to any query, including (but not limited to) vendors, products, vulnerability types, researchers, or a combination of queries. When your subscribed queries hit a new vulnerability, you will get daily emails.

If you want to be informed about newly published vulnerabilities that are of interest to you as soon as possible and if you aren't sure which one is better for you use search engine queries.

The query list below gives an idea of what kind of queries to which you can subscribe:

Strict Query Subscription:

Strict Query Subscription is the best way to get notified of newly published vulnerabilities when you want to define your subscription strictly. You can subscribe to vendors and products with CVSS score restrictions. When your subscribed queries hit a new vulnerability, you will get daily emails.

If you want to define your subscription strictly and If the accuracy rate of results is more important than how fast you receive vulnerability information strict query subscriptions are best for you.

Strict Query Subscription allows you to define your subscription strictly, but it usually causes a delay in vulnerability notifications. This delay may be between hours to weeks. If you aren't sure which one is better for you, use Search Engine Query Subscription.

Vulmon Alerts provides an easy to use and effective platform: