Description of the issue: I have 4 Windows computers and 1 Android device on a sync chain together. All 5 were behaving as expected until recently I needed to reinstall Windows on one of the computers. After reinstalling Windows, I installed Brave and rejoined the computer to the sync chain. I noticed that after this reinstallation, any .exe I downloaded on this computer always gave the message in the image below. It does not matter which .exe I attempt to download, it always gives this message. If I attempt to download the same exact .exe from any of the other computers on the sync chain, they do not receive this message. One of these other computers is in the same network with the same router, DNS, and firewall settings.
How can this issue be reproduced?
I do not know that this issue can be exactly reproduced; as of right now, I am only seeing this issue on a single computer. I do not have another computer to truly test on and the last thing I want to do is cause issues on one of working computers to get this fixed (that being said, in the name of science, if I need to, we can try that). However, the issue seems to be directly related to the sync chain. If I uninstall and reinstall Brave, I do not get the warning at all until the very moment I rejoin this computer to the sync chain. I have also attempted to reinstall Windows again with no change.
The same result on any of the working computers; it downloads .exe’s from trusted sources like Adobe without warning that the file can be harmful.
Brave Version( check
About Brave): 1.22.67