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  1. For Integration into offline Windows 11/10 images only, not to be installed on a Running/functioning Windows 11/10 OS! I will provide updated defender cabs on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th week of the same month, always on a Wednesday. Updates will be available from this first post only. Credit goes to members on My Digital Life Forum:- abbodi1406 for signature blocks in the Windows Defender Integration Tool script. And for providing direct download links for the beta platform updates. Enthousiast for pointing out the missing files, letting me know about new platform updates and for testing the new defender cabs. AveYo for creating a verification tool that checks the digital signatures of files inside the cabs, to make sure they are valid and not tampered with. This script has been updated to support arm64. drew84, Stripakulina and Enthousiast For providing direct download links for the x64 beta platform updates. atplsx for providing the direct download links to beta platform updates. ---------------------------------------------------------------- To integrate the updated Platform and Anti-Malware definitions into your Windows 11 offline images, you can use the tools below:- 1. Windows NT 10.0 Updates Installer v10.39 - Tool created and maintained by abbodi1406 2. UUP to ISO Converter v101 - Tool created and maintained by abbodi1406 3. Defender files Verification Tool v2.01 - Tool created by AveYo, Updated by AveYo and steven4554 ------------------------------------------------------------------ Details Released: February 21st, 2024 Next Update: February 28th, 2024 Defender: 4.2.2402.2 Engine: 1.1.24010.10 Platform: 4.18.24010.7 Version: 1.405.391.0 x64 File Size: 137.2MB / SHA-1: E6E4591FA2B768EA2BEDEFA0C1700543696CEA4B arm64 File Size: 136.2MB / SHA-1: 6B765AF9F78420BAF4C4C35FD6AD7F24D18A5757 x86 - (This cab is for Windows 10 x86 only!) File Size: 132.7MB / SHA-1: 47074C48C3A4721DBA7A5E81F8FF76E8DD166C05 Defender cabs can be downloaded here: https://mega.nz/folder/S8xknZDK#heADKKYAv9w2HUQV6s8Ntw Download the previous two versions of supported defender cabs:- https://mega.nz/folder/C4h3TALT#sD9qhmluImsDV7YGhpBADg
  2. After many search on the web and a lot of trying and failing, the best way I have found is to use the free Apps "Defender Control" by "Sordum.org". Site: https://www.sordum.org/9480/defender-control-v2-1/ VirusTotal: (16/70) https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/1ef6c1a4dfdc39b63bfe650ca81ab89510de6c0d3d7c608ac5be80033e559326/detection Download: https://www.sordum.org/files/download/d-control/dControl.zip Password: sordum File: dfControl.exe MD5 : 58008524a6473bdf86c1040a9a9e39c3 SHA1: cb704d2e8df80fd3500a5b817966dc262d80ddb8 SHA256: 1ef6c1a4dfdc39b63bfe650ca81ab89510de6c0d3d7c608ac5be80033e559326
  3. I turned off all protections (RealTime, Cloud, Tampering) from Security Settings Tweaked Group Policy to turn off Windows Defender Antivirus and disable Behavior Monitoring Whitelisted those registry entries when Defender still somehow came up with calling them "threats" Disabled scanning from Task Scheduler Restarted several times But this "Antimalware Service Executable" service still sits there hogging my RAM. I'm sick of it, I just want the whole thing gone. How do I do it? someone please help.
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