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We are searching the NVD for cpe:2.3:a:atlassian:jira:-:*:*:*:*:*:*:* and it is coming back with a lot of vulnerabilities. However, they all specify Jira Server and Data Center, and we are using Jira Cloud and Confluence Cloud.
What is the correct CPE (specific product and or version) string to search for Jira Software Cloud and Confluence Cloud?
Sorry, it is correct that I was referring to National Vulnerability Database and Common Platform Enumeration. There are other posts in this forum discussing this, so assumed everyone would know those acronyms. So if Jira Cloud is using the latest version of Jira Server and Jira Data Center, I guess we could search on that.
Jira Cloud doesn't "use" those products. Jira Cloud is a different product from Jira Server and Jira Data Center.
I'm afraid I don't know the answer to your question. If you are a paying customer of Atlassian I would suggest that you have your administrators open a support case with Atlassian and ask them for the information. And it would be lovely if you posted back here what you learn.
I'm afraid you are unlikely to get an answer to this, your language is impenetrable to most of us.
Please explain your TLAs at least (Neutral Voltage Displacement? Common Phase Error?)
But we can answer one little part of it - Cloud's version is "latest". Atlassian released frequently and often, and you have to assume that the version is simply "latest"
Probably, but we can't be 100% sure. Fortunately, if that is what they mean, then "Cloud's version = latest" is the right answer!