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I am trying to test a plugin in the SDK using atlas-run. However it will not load because the GIT I point to is apparently not safe:
[INFO] 2022-08-08 15:04:56,897 WARN [spring-startup] c.a.s.i.s.g.b.DefaultGitBinaryHelper C:\localdata\Programs\git-2.37.1\bin\git.exe will be ignored because it is world-writable and could be exploited.
The version of git on my machine is too old (2.6), and as a non-administrator on my machine I cannot update that, so I installed a portable version of GIT to use for this test.
Now I tried removing read permissions, but that does not seem to do the trick. Also as a non-admin I cannot do everything. Not setting the permissions to read-only for example.
Is there some way to tell atlas-run to skip this check?