# Navigate the UI
The first thing to know when navigating the UI is that the different views – repositories, vulnerabilities and dependencies – all show the same data. However the views slices the data in different ways, depending on what you want to do.
# Short demo of all views
# Vulnerability view
The vulnerability view shows you all vulnerabilities regardless of their repository, commit or dependency. It show’s one vulnerabiltiy per row. Hover over each item on a row to get an explaination of the item.
Clicking on a vulnerability takes you to the vulnerability details view, where you can learn how to fix a vulnerabiltity.
# Dependency view
The dependency view shows you all dependencies regardless of their repository or commit. It shows one dependency per row. Hover over each item on a row to get an explanation of the item.
# Repository view
The repository view is a way to filter the results to only show what you really need. By selecting a repository you only get the vulnerability and dependency results for that specific repository.
If you want to take it one step further you can even specify a commit in that repository and only see the vulnerabilities or dependencies present in that commit.
Clicking on a vulnerability from a specific repository or commit takes you to the vulnerability that exists in that specific repository or commit.
# Vulnerability details view
The vulnerability details view is where you learn about and solve specific vulnerabilities.
You can, amongst other things:
- See the type, severity and specific information about how a vulnerability works
- See which repositories run the affected dependency, and in which versions
- Mark your repository as vulnerable or unaffected by the vulnerability
- Get information about how to fix the vulnerability
See Solve your first vulnerability for help.