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Package management that keeps you in control

Know the dependencies you are using

Add project dependencies to Bytesafe and identify what packages your apps depend on and their dependents.

Get a holistic overview & relevant metrics with Bytesafe Dashboards. Publish/upload your private packages & add your open source dependencies - explore detailed information in an intuitive user interface.

Block malicious packages

Don’t risk loss of reputation from a security breach! Automatically quarantine undesirable packages before they enter your environment. Packages are held securely within Bytesafe - where you can decide the next action.

Continuously monitor dependencies for potential threats and enforce business policies at every action you make.

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Stay on top of your open source license compliance

You can’t fix what you don’t know. So don’t be left in the dark when it comes to license compliance.

Discover when new licenses are introduced in your codebase. Automatically track license compliance issues and restrict problematic or unlicensed packages.

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Automated issue tracking

Get notified on issues that require your attention - and the path to remediation. Bytesafe Plugins automatically opens issues for vulnerability & license issues or deprecated packages.

Track progress from creation to remediation - in the tool of your choice. Manage your issues using the GitHub integration or our beatiful UX.

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Testimonials

What our clients say about us

Testimonial

"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

CTO

Testimonial

"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

CEO