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We do generate signatures for the AppImages, but we still need a proper way to publish those and to distribute the public key for those signatures. I have not yet gotten around to that part, also because I know the AppImage developer is working on a way to embed the signatures in the AppImage.

In the meantime, these are the sha512sum for the most recent builds of Cura:

Cura 2.5.0:

2c6eb1cb8622aac5b564429fc7ba96177ac8ab906b1ffb354a5cc1d1babd15e5853854573087e21f5e7e030ada1ba2c3afdd1870c8bb0615a8b185a302619e39 Cura-2.5.0.AppImage

2a6e37bc08850042a54418a20516e15f98b2a78f87922ce332ef2e92071fdfc729cd273bc831de953df37a000edba03de22e989cd83b8698c6b74b87093d087b Cura-2.5.0-Darwin.dmg

be647c625ac942e4ace5d7e0bec16b7150ff045300f3c45824199845feab4ebaad279c02eb845269330aff213f8eadd31f19fc297c73c2f44e9ab430eca3d5ce Cura-2.5.0-win64.exe

2.6 Beta:

3d0244bf758518ea02fa375cc60c047611a719feb179b9277d498ed56e9c964c3564fd9de4296ad85633b70d0862b8c718ea99c2edbf42c70fd40529e5097bb8 Cura-2.6.0-BETA.AppImage

117e8fbdd54f362ebd221ea336040c7e52cc99725313e59635b284653ad113b48e25bb97a36a7254665cedc0187c33ad2f75e548368a6d2d715f368345e7ad34 Cura-2.6.0-BETA-Darwin.dmg

7e1398138a5f90f8ec93d00e9c7544770d901f47742a9faf2039eca034b1e76e1e53e0471c72d91ba23e2c3809b2cc9d43d22d0613e8e2db445dcb9ae88d12e9 Cura-2.6.0-BETA-win64.exe

These should at least allow you to verify the files are correct and the same as on our servers. I will try and see if I can get these published in a more regular way while looking into proper signatures.

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