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  1. Thanks for your responses. nallath, sending you a message
  2. If you knew who my employer was, you may revise your opinion Here's the report: linky As I mentioned, this is one metric of several they use, and these results make them wary. The responsibility lies on either me or Ultimaker to prove that Cura is safe to install and run. My experience is purely anecdotal across several machines and versions, and that's not worth much to them. Their suggestion was that I ask for Ultimaker's input.
  3. Hi team- My new workplace has very stringent software security policies, including thorough inspection of software that hasn't previously been vetted. One of the steps is a Virustotal scan, and Cura 2.3.1 threw 4 flags. FWIW, 2.3.0 threw 2 flags. As such, I have no recourse to install the software on my corporate computer, which is a real downer. Is there anything that can be done to address these (assuming) false positives, or, (worst case) malicious code? Thanks in advance for any help or insight.
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