Popups from VMWare Fusion 11 when Starting a Virtual Machine on macOS Catalina

I have been running VMWare Fusion 11 for sometime now and with macOS Catalina 10.15.x. I received two popups everytime I started a VM. I ignored them and just clicked OK for quite awhile and just didn’t look into how to remedy until now. It turns out its associated with extended attributes. It isn’t supposed to do this from what I have read in VMWare support site but it does. In my case its not the install but I have been using VMWare for a long time so maybe during upgrades it didn’t change something, not really sure. The good news is there’s an easy fix. So if you get popups asking:

“com.vmware.VMMonHelper” is an app downloaded from the Internet.
Are you sure you want to open it?”
“com.vmware.KextControlHelper” is an app downloaded from the Internet.
Are you sure you want to open it?”
Popups when starting a vm on vmware

How to delete the extended attributes on the VMWare Helpers:

sudo xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine /Applications/VMware\ Fusion.app/Contents/Library/LaunchServices/*Helper

That’s it easy peasy, hope it helps.