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  1. 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-v2-0/ VirusTotal: (19/73) https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/20c730c7033b5bdc0a6510825e90449ba8f87942d2d7f61fa1ba5f100e98c141/detection Download: https://www.sordum.org/files/download/d-control/dControl.zip Password: sordum File: dfControl.exe MD5 : 10d8e4ca3fa2902859c77f41baee4dda SHA1: 2421ff6f2cfc1aa807eb5781b2980a6e493b31d0 SHA256: 20c730c7033b5bdc0a6510825e90449ba8f87942d2d7f61fa1ba5f100e98c141
  2. 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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