Re: Has anyone running DXKeeper 15.6.6 or SpotCollector 8.6.9 on Windows 10 experienced interference from Windows Defender? <eom>


CSM\(r\) Gary Huber - AB9M
 

I don't know. I gave up and started using Kaspersy Total Security which has an "Applications Control" feature to set the levels of access or denials for applications like the DXLab Suite. 

Other similar security applications have similar functions. I may be into "belt and suspenders" but I don't trust Defender to put up the shields against Zero Day or Zero Hour plus one attacks while still allowing DXLab to run.

YMMV,
Gary ~ AB9M


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Subject: Re: [DXLab] Has anyone running DXKeeper 15.6.6 or SpotCollector 8.6.9 on Windows 10 experienced interference from Windows Defender? <eom>
 

Do so at your own risk .... :)

On 7/2/2020 7:07 AM, Mike - W1MI wrote:

So we ought to be able to remove the exclusions for DXLab in Defender?

73, Mike W1MI

 

>>> I submitted both of these releases to Microsoft, and received "all clear" responses. This takes 12-24 hours, but seems worthwhile in reducing damage to user systems due to false positives. I will continue this practice.


Virus-free. www.avg.com

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