I also always wanted to give that feedback but was never sure where to do so. Now that I do know, here it is. And hopefully it’s in the right place in this forum
Installing Ubuntu MATE 16.04 (and 16.10 for that matter) and then installing tiger on a vanilla install, then running it, will report back the system as being compromised.
Here’s the real joke: I was running 16.04 for a while then decided to get my hands going with tiger, who reported a security violation. Thinking I had really been hacked, I reinstalled using 16.10, reinstalled tiger, reran it and… same problem. This time around however I didn’t felt like reinstalling because, well, I hadn’t done anything with this system.
Is that normal? Should Ubuntu MATE users simply NOT be using tiger because of the false positive that it can bring?