The file /etc/fapolicyd/fapolicyd.trust contains list of trusted files/binaries for the application whitelisting daemon. You may add comments to the file by starting the line with a '#' character. Each line has to contain three columns and space is a valid separator. The first column contains full path to the file, the second is size of the file in bytes and the third is valid sha256 hash.
[root@Desktop ~]# cat /etc/fapolicyd/fapolicyd.trust /home/user/my-ls 157984 61a9960bf7d255a85811f4afcac51067b8f2e4c75e21cf4f2af95319d4ed1b87 /home/user/my-ls2 5555 61a9960bf7d255a85811f4afcac51067b8f2e4c75e21cf4f2af95319d4ed1b87
/etc/fapolicyd/fapolicyd.trust - list of trusted files/binaries
fapolicyd(8), fapolicyd-cli(1) fapolicy.rules(5) and fapolicy.conf(5).