Insqnc is showing as an unverified developer in Google Security Checkup

When running https://myaccount.google.com/security-checkup/
https://techcrunch.com/2017/10/16/google-revamps-its-security-checkup-feature-with-personalized-suggestions-for-your-account/

The Insync app shows as:

Unverified developer (warning symbol)

100,000 - 500,000 Google Account users

Access given to:

Homepage:

Access given on: March 23, 2015

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Tagging our engineer @marte, are you familiar with this?

Hello @David_Stanley, Google just recently introduced that and we’re in the process of making us a verified developer.

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Hi. I was just following up on progress. I keep getting an email every now and then from Google telling me to resolve this security risk.

Any progress on becoming a verified developer?

Hi, this issue is still (or again) there. I don’t feel well giving access to my whole google drive to an app that hasn’t been verified by google.

As this is a security issues. Could you, please, treat this with high priority?

Hello @Miguel_Angel_Quevedo!

As per our engineer, users experiencing this issue have signed in to Insync and granted us access to certain unused scopes that we have since removed (like Google Photos or the Activity API).

You can check this by viewing app details in that screen.

The resolution is to update the scopes you give Insync access to by removing the access in this screen, and then logging in to Insync again (an attention required item will appear on your app).

Let me know how it goes!