Disable real-time protection.

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  1. Posts : 3,264
    Windows 11 Pro 64 bit Version 21H2
       #21

    WOT obvious does not care about virus infection or protection, Hence.. Windows defender......
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  2. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
       #22

    hmmmm that is odd the batch file give an error: Access Denied:
    Disable real-time protection.-error-wd-batch.jpg

    any suggestions?
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  3. Posts : 3,264
    Windows 11 Pro 64 bit Version 21H2
       #23

    Harpert said:
    hmmmm that is odd the batch file give an error: Access Denied:
    Disable real-time protection.-error-wd-batch.jpg

    any suggestions?
    Why are you turning it off, have another AV as would disable it anyway. Post here see if Brink can help you, his tutorial.
    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5...dows-10-a.html
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  4. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
       #24

    it's done.... the other AV blocked it...

    THX
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  5. Posts : 3,264
    Windows 11 Pro 64 bit Version 21H2
       #25

    Harpert said:
    it's done.... the other AV blocked it...

    THX
    Like that in Windows 8.1. Most likely in Windows 7 if i recall. YW
    No need to disable manually for this situation.
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  6. Posts : 5,178
    Windows 11 Home
       #26

    Harpert said:
    hmmmm that is odd the batch file give an error: Access Denied:
    You have to turn off WD manually and then use it, since WD protects itself from shutting down.
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  7. Posts : 3,264
    Windows 11 Pro 64 bit Version 21H2
       #27

    TairikuOkami said:
    You have to turn off WD manually and then use it, since WD protects itself from shutting down.
    Do not see that in the tutorial, just thought i see fact if turn it off manually will do this.
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  8. Posts : 471
    Windows 10 Pro
       #28

    CountMike said:
    There's malware for Linux too but because of small percentage Linux has, so is smaller amount of malware. Mac can get hammered also. Android and others are good target and are vulnerable just as well. There's nothing 100% safe.
    I know that technically there is malware for Linux too. But you have already given the answer yourself. Since Linux is almost non-existent in the desktop market (with a global market share around 1-2 %) it's just not worth the effort to create and distribute malware for it. What's more those 1-2 % are also spread among several distributions so the number of targets you can attack with one piece of malware gets even smaller than 1-2 % of the global market. I think it's save to say that the probability of falling victim to Linux malware is as "high" as the probability of winning the lottery jackpot
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  9. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #29

    altae said:
    I know that technically there is malware for Linux too. But you have already given the answer yourself. Since Linux is almost non-existent in the desktop market (with a global market share around 1-2 %) it's just not worth the effort to create and distribute malware for it. What's more those 1-2 % are also spread among several distributions so the number of targets you can attack with one piece of malware gets even smaller than 1-2 % of the global market. I think it's save to say that the probability of falling victim to Linux malware is as "high" as the probability of winning the lottery jackpot
    And still people win jackpots ! In my experience, bad things have much better odds to happen than good ones. Murphy's law etc. The point is to never relay on anything or anybody for your own safety.
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows
       #30

    This totally worked!


    TairikuOkami said:
    Good to know, I have never actually tried that one.
    Turn off WD, download this, run as admin and that is it.
    Yep do as above, open defender settings, disable the app, then run as administrator. you have to click on details and then tell windows to run it anyway even if windows thinks its unsafe.

    Restart windows and then just laugh when the notification pops up that you don't have the real time protection on.
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