Caspases belong to a unique class of cysteine proteases which function as critical effectors of apoptosis, inflammation and other important cellular processes. Caspases cleave substrates at specific tetrapeptide sites after a highly conserved aspartic acid residue. Prediction of such cleavage sites will complement structural and functional studies on substrates cleavage as well as discovery of new substrates. We have recently developed a support vector machines (SVM) method to address this issue. Our algorithm achieved an accuracy ranging from 81.25 to 97.92%, making it one of the best methods currently available. CASVM is the web server implementation of our SVM algorithms, written in Perl and hosted on a Linux platform. The server can be used for predicting non-canonical caspase substrate cleavage sites. We have also included a relational database containing experimentally verified caspase substrates retrievable using accession IDs, keywords or sequence similarity.