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SourceTree detected as Adware/PUA

In VT the following Hash detected as Adware/PUA:

9ec65e251f67204cb3f6be265e6791ea34f96ded942d9c82c76529c46551faed

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/9ec65e251f67204cb3f6be265e6791ea34f96ded942d9c82c76529c46551faed/behavior/VirusTotal%20Box%20of%20Apples

 

Could someone please confirm if this is a False alarm or not.

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team Nov 22, 2019

Hey @Aruna , welcome to the Community!

Build 229 of Sourcetree for Mac was picked up as a false positive in several antivirus/antimalware scanners. We've got a separate thread here going through some of these. Many vendors have fixed their definitions at this point.

We scan all our builds with Symantec Cloud Workload Protection for Storage before they're allowed to be published for download. Build 229 came back clear, but some products did trigger against it. I can confirm it was a false positive.

Cheers and thanks for using Sourcetree,
Daniel | Atlassian Support

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