The CLI enables you to to easily fix vulnerable open-source dependencies using the sealed versions created by Seal Security.

To fix the vulnerabilities in your project, the CLI replaces in-place vulnerable package with their sealed versions. To download the sealed versions you will need an access token to the Seal artifact.

  1. Go to the root directory of the project and install its dependencies (e.g npm install).

  2. Set the access token and project name. There are two ways to do this:

    • Set the access token in the SEAL_TOKEN environment variable, and the project name in SEAL_PROJECT.

    export SEAL_TOKEN=<token> # the access token for the server
    export SEAL_PROJECT=<project-id> # the ID of the current project
    • Set the access token and project name in the .seal-config.yml configuration file in the local project directory as in the following example:

    token: <token> # the access token for the server
    project: <project-id> # the ID of the current project

The project ID may include only ASCII letters, digits, underscore, hyphen or period, and mustn't be over 255 characters long.

You should use the ID of the project as shown in the Projects tab. If you use a different ID, the platform will record the pulled libraries under a different project.

  1. Run seal fix --mode all. The vulnerable packages that have a patched version will be replaced in place with the sealed version.

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