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  1. Thanks for your answer Arakasi! But I still think there is an issue here. When you download the Windows version of ESET software you get a digitally signed executable so you're good even if there's no https, as Windows checks the signatures. When you download the Linux version you don't have that luxury. Neither you are provided with the official checksums/hashes for the installer files and you have to resort to some other solution like the one you mentioned. Still, that is not a perfect solution as e.g. a malicious state-level actor (to not call names) could "patch" files right after
  2. I cannot find a working https:// download URL for the Linux installer, so there's no way I can be sure that the downloaded file is genuine. Can this be fixed?
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