To view the system software vulnerabilities on your servers, perform the following operations.

These operations only apply to CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian.
Note Security Center automatically detects the system software vulnerabilities on your servers and generates alerts on a regular basis. Security Center also generates commands to fix the system software vulnerabilities.
  1. Run the following command on your server to obtain a list of the system software on the server:
    • For a CentOS system, run the yum list installed command.
    • For a Ubuntu or Debian system, run the dpkg -l command.
  2. Download the vulnerability descriptions corresponding to your server system from Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language.
  3. Use the vulnerability descriptions to check for vulnerabilities in the software on your server.
  4. Use the following methods to fix the vulnerabilities:
    • Use a package manager to update the software package with vulnerabilities.
    • If the update fails, go to the official website of the software to download the latest binary installation file or source code package to install the software.