We live in a world that has walls and those walls need to be guarded by people with swords. Eh… not a literal sword in this case😀, but with behaviors that can help keep your assets more secure and protect against bad actors.
We live in a world that has walls and those walls need to be guarded by people with swords.
Eh… not a literal sword in this case, but with behaviors that can help keep your assets more secure and protect against bad actors.
Previously, Azure Artifacts feeds presented package versions from all of its upstream sources. This includes package versions that were originally pushed to an Azure Artifacts feed (internally sourced) and package versions from common public repositories like npmjs.com , NuGet.org , Maven Central, and PyPI (externally sourced).
Today, we’re excited to announce a new behavior that provides additional security for your private feeds by limiting access to externally sourced packages when internally sources packages are already present. This provides a new layer of security, which prevents malicious packages from a public registry being inadvertently consumed. These changes will not affect any package versions that are already in use or cached in your feed.
With the new behavior, any versions from the public registry will be blocked and not made available to download. You are able to configure the upstream behavior to allow externally sourced package versions if you choose to.
Learn more about common package scenarios where you need to allow externally sourced package versions along with a few other scenarios where no blockage to the public packages is needed and how to configure the upstream behavior.
Organizations that wish to opt out of this additional protective behavior can disable a newly added organization-wide security policy. To do this,
Learn more about protecting private package feeds: Ways to Mitigate Risk Using Private Package Feeds
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