Windows 10 Now Blocks Malware From Disabling Built-in Antivirus

The feature, released in the May 2019 update, requires that any changes to the operation of Windows Defender be made only through the Windows Security application.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Windows 10 comes with a built-in antivirus called Windows Defender: it is not the most efficient on the market, but it may be enough if you take care of the files you run on your PC. From now on, it will be safer: Microsoft is activating the Tamper Protection by default, which prevents malware from disabling it.

Microsoft confirms to 'Bleeping Computer' that it will activate Tamper Protection on all PCs with Windows 10 May 2019 Update or newer. It may take a few days, but this will become standard on computers with these system . . .

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