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I can confirm that it still works with the newest version of dependency-check (5.1.0) yes.
You’re absolutely right!
You should remove the `--noupdate` from the dependencyChecker scan and point to the correct directory where your local copy of the NVD is stored with the --data argument.
I agree it seems overkill but I didn’t want to interact with the database during my tests as it is a slow down factor…
Would you have an example to share for the unit test?
Thanks for your interest :)
Super chaud pour refaire le cadre avec toi PJ :p !