why does TeamViewer not provide checksums and/or signatures for all the downloads?
There is no way to verify the integrity of the files otherwise.
Support was contacted about this before but there was no response at all!
@mmaier Please excuse that you have not yet received a response from us on this. Do you have a ticket number for this case? Every time you submit a ticket to us you will receive a confirmation via e-mail. The TeamViewer installation packages are digitally signed. You can verify this by right-clicking on the file clicking on Properties - Digital Signatures. Please do only download TeamViewer from our official website www.teamviewer.com/download
There are no digital signature on the .tar.xz and .deb files linked on your download page!
@mmaier Thank you for your patience. I wanted to give you an update regarding your question from the Q & A session.
I just got this information from our Linux Developers:
The RPM packages are digitally signed. Please click here for further reference (have a look at: public key).
On Debian is not usual to have a signature, but the Debian Repositories are digitally signed (at the moment our Rasperry Pi module).
We do not offer a checksum, we only provide downloads via HTTPS.
Do you see an added value in providing a checksum?
Since this board is blocked for the Q & A session itself, are you welcome to open a new topic in the TeamViewer 12 board if you would like to discuss it further with other Linux experts here in the Community.