Thesection shows you which CVEs have been applied to your clients. A CVE (common vulnerabilities and exposures) is a fix for a publicly known security vulnerability. It is important that you apply CVEs to your clients as soon as they become available.
Each CVE contains an identification number, a description of the vulnerability, and links to further information. CVE identification numbers use the form
Clients are listed with a patch status icon.
Affected, patches are available in channels that are not assigned
The client is affected by a vulnerability and SUSE Manager has patches for it, but the channels offering the patches are not assigned to the client.
Affected, at least one patch is available in an assigned channel
The client is affected by the vulnerability and SUSE Manager has patches available in a channel that is directly assigned to the client.
There are no available CVE patches for this client.
A patch has been successfully installed on the client.
For more information about CVE auditing, see 감사.