I am using the Amplitude Unity SDK (latest version 2.4.0) for an Android project - specifically for Oculus Quest 2 VR. I'm getting a security vulnerability failure in the Oculus dashboard when I upload my build. It says "Unsafe HostnameVerifier Defined" (see image below). In Visual Studio I searched through my entire solution in C# and I don't see any mention of HostnameVerifier, so I don't understand how to fix this issue. My assumption is that the issue lies in a 3rd party SDK that accesses the internet, aka the Amplitude Unity SDK.
Does anyone know how to fix this issue? This issue is currently halting the release of my team's app since it fails Oculus's security vulnerability test.
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