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  1. (I can see some earlier questions & answers on this topic on the forum but they are not accesible, instead an "Error code: EX0" is displayed) I'm trying to establish whether the advertised "COMPATIBLE WITH EXISTING ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE for an extra layer of protection" applies to the current version of Microsoft Defender on current version of Windows 10. (Winver 20H2 - OS build 19042.804) I took it to be true when installed immunet but I've just discovered that my machine shows Defender Real-time protection as off because "You're using other antivirus providers" i.e. immunet. Is it meant to be compatible? Is this an immunet bug? Is the advertised compatibility feature not actually true for Defender? I would prefer not to discard Immunet, and would keep it as "an extra layer of protection" but I'm not comfortable with it as the sole defence. COMPATIBLE WITH EXISTING ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE for an extra layer of protection. COMPATIBLE WITH EXISTING ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE for an extra layer of protection.
  2. i've upgraded to windows 10, and 10 is a bit of a pain. it doesn't seem to like complementary antivirus software in regards to their defender antivirus. defender is now turned off with install of immunet. so here's my questions: is there a way to have immunet not register itself in the windows security monitor (or whatever its called), so it will not turn off windows defender? - or is there another work around? or, is the recommended course of action to simply use another antivirus? (i do want to use defender, despite its crappy lab results and i do not wish to justify my reasoning here).
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