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- Hello there—
- Important new features in npm and the npm Registry will help you discover, share, and reuse code with confidence.
- npm audit
- Starting in firstname.lastname@example.org, a new npm command can perform a security review of your projects.
- Learn more about using `npm audit`: How to run a security audit | npm documentation
- Vulnerability alerts
- When you install a package from the npm Registry, npm now analyzes the code you request. If we detect insecure code, npm will display a postinstall warning message.
- Users of email@example.com and greater will receive detailed information about each vulnerability, instructions for updating the affected packages, and a link to a webpage with more details. Users of earlier npm versions will receive a truncated warning with a link to more details.
- For maximum protection against unsafe code, as well as significant performance and stability improvements, every user should install and use npm@6. Simply type `npm install npm -g`.
- We’re here to help
- If you have questions or feedback about how npm works to improve the quality and integrity of the code you use, we’re all ears. Simply reply to this message, or drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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