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Version: 7.x

pnpm audit

Checks for known security issues with the installed packages.

If security issues are found, try to update your dependencies via pnpm update. If a simple update does not fix all the issues, use overrides to force versions that are not vulnerable. For instance, if lodash@<2.1.0 is vulnerable, use this overrides to force lodash@^2.1.0:

package.json
{
"pnpm": {
"overrides": {
"lodash@<2.1.0": "^2.1.0"
}
}
}

Or alternatively, run pnpm audit --fix.

Options

--audit-level <severity>

  • Type: low, moderate, high, critical
  • Default: low

Only print advisories with severity greater than or equal to <severity>.

--fix

Add overrides to the package.json file in order to force non-vulnerable versions of the dependencies.

--json

Output audit report in JSON format.

--dev, -D

Only audit dev dependencies.

--prod, -P

Only audit production dependencies.

--no-optional

Don't audit optionalDependencies.

--ignore-registry-errors

If the registry responds with a non-200 status code, the process should exit with 0. So the process will fail only if the registry actually successfully responds with found vulnerabilities.