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SourceTree 3.4.7 generated a warning about a file with known ransomware extension

Git SourceTree 3.4.7 (an Atlassian product) generated  a file with a known ransoware extension. See below. We were asked to contact Atlassian regarding this.


Is there any known issue on this matter?

If so, is there any KB to follow?


Below is the message we've received.



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Vipin Yadav
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Feb 02, 2022


Could you please share some more details like which particular dll file or component of sourcetree is identified as ransomware extension. We are knowing about log4net with old versions having some issue and the same we have updated to latest and going to release new SourceTree 3.4.8 in next 2 weeks. 


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