Skype for Linux 64 RPM package is not signed. How to verify package integrity ?

When installing Skype on OpenSUSE Tumbleweed with the downloaded RPM, I get either a display telling me that the package is not signed, or (1st install) that the integrity check failed because no key could be found.

Is there a way to verify integrity of the package to be sure not to be installing malware ?
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Can confirm this works on Fedora Silverblue 32. Was able to update as normal today.

Thank you very much for attending to this.

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It seems they fixed it!

And its not even July 17!! :-D

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Last updated July 20, 2020 Views 2,671 Applies to: