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  1. I recently updated Affinity photo 2 to version By the way, in my antivirus program (V3), every time the Affinity photo program runs, it talks about a problem. When running photo.exe, a remote IP exists, but the remote IP comes out differently. And the original report is different. The problem that I find uncomfortable is that every time I run the Affinity Photo program, they ask me a question, saying that the antivirus program (V3) is a low-security program. I can't set it up so that this questioning procedure doesn't come up in the antivirus program I use. Whenever the Affinity Photo program runs, I have to turn off the warning message. I can't ignore the warning message that the safety is bad, so I'm sending you a question. Please help me on how to solve it.
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