Added Blacklist and Whitelist policies

Two new policies have been added to Bytesafe: Blacklist and Whitelist. Both policies are used to enforce control over what packages or package versions are allowed in a registry.

The Blacklist policy prevents specific packages from being added to a registry. Just the opposite, the Whitelist policy is used to only allow specific packages in a registry.

What packages or package versions to blacklist or whitelist is configured in the policy settings for each respective policy.

For more information on Bytesafe policies, refer to the Bytesafe documentation site:

If you have any questions on using Bytesafe policies that is not answered by the documentation, contact Bytesafe Support