What’s New: Introducing Policies, Select Browser extension, and more

What’s New: Introducing Policies, Select Browser extension, and more

Over the past few months, we've made some new updates that we're excited to share with you. Buckle up and let's dive into what's new at Debricked! ✨


Debricked Select Chrome extension

No more context switching. Our extension allows you to view Debricked's health data directly on a repository or a package manager's GitHub page. The extension integrates seamlessly with your browsing experience, providing you with comprehensive insights into the project without navigating away from the site. We support common source code repositories and package registries such as GitHub, pypi, nuget and many others. Learn more here and install the extension.



Group automation rules into policies to simplify the management of these rules by providing a single point of control. This makes it easier to enable, disable, or modify multiple rules at once. Additionally, Enterprise users are able to use those policies to evaluate packages in Open Source Select with Start Left Policies. Learn more here.


Legacy CLI deprecation

The Legacy CLI has been deprecated and will stop working on May 2nd, 2024. By April 2nd, 2024, using it will result in pipeline failures, and the scans will be completely turned off on May 2nd, 2024. If you're interested in integrating with us using our CLI, please check out the documentation for Debricked CLI. If you’re a user of the Legacy CLI, learn how to migrate to the Debricked CLI.


Curious to learn more?

These are just some of the things we’re working on here at Debricked. Join our community to stay up-to-date with everything related to Debricked and the open source universe 🪐  If you're already a member, make sure to subscribe to our Product Updates page to receive notifications every time we post an update and stay in the loop.

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