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Possible typosquat attack

Package name is similar to other popular packages and may not be the package you want.

Known malware

This package is malware. We have asked the package registry to remove it.

GitHub dependency

Contains a dependency which resolves to a GitHub URL. Dependencies fetched from GitHub specifiers are not immutable can be used to inject untrusted code or reduce the likelihood of a reproducible install.

Git dependency

Contains a dependency which resolves to a remote git URL. Dependencies fetched from git URLs are not immutable can be used to inject untrusted code or reduce the likelihood of a reproducible install.

AI detected security risk

AI has determined that this package may contain potential security issues or vulnerabilities.

Install scripts

Install scripts are run when the package is installed. The majority of malware in npm is hidden in install scripts.

Non-existent author

The package was published by an npm account that no longer exists.

Obfuscated code

Obfuscated files are intentionally packed to hide their behavior. This could be a sign of malware

NPM Shrinkwrap

Package contains a shrinkwrap file. This may allow the package to bypass normal install procedures.


This package contains telemetry which tracks how it is used.

Protestware or potentially unwanted behavior

This package is a joke, parody, or includes undocumented or hidden behavior unrelated to its primary function.

Unstable ownership

A new collaborator has begun publishing package versions. Package stability and security risk may be elevated.

HTTP dependency

Contains a dependency which resolves to a remote HTTP URL which could be used to inject untrusted code and reduce overall package reliability.

AI detected anomaly

AI has identified unusual behaviors that may pose a security risk.

Native code

Contains native code which could be a vector to obscure malicious code, and generally decrease the likelihood of reproducible or reliable installs.

Manifest confusion

This package has inconsistent metadata. This could be malicious or caused by an error when publishing the package.

Network access

This module accesses the network.

New author

A new npm collaborator published a version of the package for the first time. New collaborators are usually benign additions to a project, but do indicate a change to the security surface area of a package.

Shell access

This module accesses the system shell. Accessing the system shell increases the risk of executing arbitrary code.

Trivial Package

Packages less than 10 lines of code are easily copied into your own project and may not warrant the additional supply chain risk of an external dependency.

Uses eval

Package uses eval() which is a dangerous function. This prevents the code from running in certain environments and increases the risk that the code may contain exploits or malicious behavior.

Debug access

Uses debug, reflection and dynamic code execution features.

Dynamic require

Dynamic require can indicate the package is performing dangerous or unsafe dynamic code execution.

Environment variable access

Package accesses environment variables, which may be a sign of credential stuffing or data theft.

Filesystem access

Accesses the file system, and could potentially read sensitive data.

High entropy strings

Contains high entropy strings. This could be a sign of encrypted data, leaked secrets or obfuscated code.

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