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As we process packages from the npm ecosystem, it is essential that they are provided with a valid shasum for our systems to check them properly. If you have been redirected to this issue, it could be that the shasum provided is invalid.
Be sure to provide a valid shasum.
In the npm ecosystem, shasum is a unique checksum value that is used to verify the integrity of a package during installation. It is a cryptographic hash function computed from the package's contents that can be used to verify the package has not been tampered with or modified in any manner.
The SHA-1 algorithm is used to generate the shasum value, which is a 40-character hexadecimal string.
Our API offers different levels of granularity. You can simply omit the shasum field and still be able to request analysis by name and version (this latter is optional).
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