Latest Ledger Live for Mac produces wrong checksum. Hacked?

The latest version of ledger-live-desktop-2.36.2-mac.dmg from Ledger produced this 512 checksum:

bbd176239bf2056f88d6d0f32b15eea93d93d1ba2568fefd33374c6495d196c4e0c6c89223480078f46e6a1a0881fab517479f5a9a27d2ed69786879a41cf861

On Ledger’s verification page, it states the check sum is:

d701e404f7ee7f357d022f9e518d2ec9843c52cf135bba1eb79101fe54734a48c0d229ed43f1b80e31a26d589789efcdcf739f33f56b8561e4b123046bc649df

Since Ledger is commonly used as a hardware wallet with MetaMask, could someone please download it and verify the checksum?

I’ve also written to Ledger but they have not replied. (It seems that will take a long time to reply.) If Ledger Live is hacked, it will affect many users.

Hey @ikevin8me, I think it would be best to wait for the Ledger team to respond to this.

Make sure you have downloaded Ledger Live from the official source, and this verification may also help you:

https://www.ledger.com/ledger-live/lld-signatures

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