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That's very odd.

 

The SHA-1 hash should be "EF287BAE442E906CD7694FE595C920171964F816" and the MD5 hash should be "F406036DA6581D5782979098193EDB6F"

 

You can verify this with stuff such as HashTab: http://implbits.com/products/hashtab/

 

However, chances are that this is an issue with your root certificates. 

You should be able to fix that by doing this:

http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_DrivePool_Q6246716

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Ah, okay, this seems to be an issue with the Edge and Internet Explorer browser specifically.  Chrome and Firefox don't exhibit this issue at all. 

We're looking into it, and will see about fixing it, if possible. 

 

 

 

However, the download is most likely valid and okay to use. 

 

If you want, use the above information to verify the file integrity. 

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Okay, the specific issue is that the EXEs are signed with an SHA-1 certificate, which Microsoft is already phasing out.  This is why you are getting the warning.

 

We will be updating the downloads with an updated certificate that won't cause this behavior. 

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