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License insights for your dependencies

Know the dependencies you are using

You can’t fix what you don’t see. Add project dependencies to Bytesafe and identify what packages your apps depend on and their dependents.

Get a holistic overview of relevant metrics with Bytesafe Dashboards. Explore detailed information about your packages in an intuitive user interface.

How Bytesafe works

Stay up to date on your license composition

Discover when new licenses are introduced in your codebase, and the full extent of your open source licenses obligations.

Don’t get overwhelmed by requests for license risk and compliance reports for the packages you depend on. Don’t slow down due diligence proceedings by not knowing your open source license inventory.

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Identify potential license compliance issues

Identify potential license compliance issues

Identify, track and remediate license compliance issues from unlicensed packages, custom or unknown licenses.

Continuously scan and monitor your packages to identify issues early - before it’s too late.

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Block undesirable licenses

Block undesirable licenses

Don’t risk legal claims from using copyleft or non-compliant licenses! Use Bytesafe to stay in control.

Block packages with undesirable open source licenses from getting into your software supply chain. Continuously monitor dependencies, get notified and enforce business policies at every action.

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What our clients say about us


"We use Bytesafe in our CI/CD pipeline to keep our Javascript packages secure. Setting up Bytesafe to use in combination with the regular public registries was super easy. It helps us share our internal private packages securely and efficiently across all our development teams."

Anton Aderum



"We've been using Bytesafe across our organization to manage our private javascript packages. The CI/CD pipeline setup was a breeze and adding new team members to the system is painless which is important as we're a growing team. Vulnerability flagging has also helped us increase package security."

Jordan Steeves