Hello @CivIIGoldEdition ,
Thanks for reaching out.
Based on my investigation, here are my findings:
This seems to be related with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps security therefore you can sanction this particular apps in your organization by using the cloud app catalog. You can use the cloud app catalog to rate the risk for your cloud apps based on regulatory certifications, industry standards, and best practices. Then, customize the scores and weights of various parameters to your organization's needs. Based on these scores, Defender for Cloud Apps lets you know how risky an app is. Scoring is based on over 80 risk factors that might affect your environment.
as you can see the score is 5 hence it will be treated as risky app so you can sanction this apps in your organization.
If you have more queries then I would request to ask the experts in the dedicated forum over here as Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is currently not supported in the Q&A forums, the supported products are listed over here https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/products (more to be added later on).
Hope this helps.
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