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ICSE 2023
Sun 14 - Sat 20 May 2023 Melbourne, Australia

With the rapid development of open source projects, the continuous emergence of vulnerabilities in the project brings great challenges to the security of the project. Security patches are one of the best ways to deal with vulnerabilities, but are not well applied currently. Although there are sites like CVE/NVD that provide information about vulnerabilities, many of the vulnerabilities disclosed by CVE/NVD are not accompanied by security patches. This makes it difficult for developers to apply patches. In the present study, a sorting method based on extracting multidimensional features from auxiliary information in CVE/NVD was proposed. And we made a further step, we proposed VCMATCH, a model for mining semantic information in vulnerability description and code commit messages, which has good recall rate and applicability across projects. On this basis, we established Patchmatch, a tool for helping developers to quickly locate patches. Given a vulnerability, Patchmatch can forecast the implicit patches in the code repository’s commits. Patchmatch also has a visual webpage for information statistics and a display web page to help developers manage all kinds of information in the code repository. A demo video of Patchmatch is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47UOe0 -WE0. Patchmatch is in https://github.com/Sklud1456/patchmatch.