Xeol's EOL Explorer

Welcome to the EOL Explorer, where you can search through open-source packages from popular package registries to determine which versions of software are EOL and which are not.


> Who built this?
Xeol, the team dedicated to finding and reporting EOL software to keep your projects secure.
> What does EOL mean?
EOL stands for End of Life, indicating that a software version will no longer receive security updates or support.
In the case of package registries, this means the package was marked as deprecated by the package maintainer on the registry, or the source code repository has been archived. Want to learn more? You can read our blog post about EOL software here.
> How often is the Explorer updated?
The EOL Explorer database is updated weekly.
> How do I use this?
Try the search bar at the top of the page to find a specific package.