Has anyone noticed that the Windows Defender Network Protection component (part of Exploit Guard) can be REALLY aggressive? Sometimes, in order to use a program, app or else, I need to set it to "Disabled" (even if it's only in "Audit" mode, it can slow down the connection by A LOT, if it doesn't timeout before).
Is there any way to add exceptions to that component? Like, do not filter websites if they are part of the Intranet, or add custom URLs, IPs, domains, etc. to ignore? I researched it for a bit, and it looks like you have 2 options: Block or Disable (because putting it in "Audit" mode has the same effect as "Block" since the connections will still go through it, it's just that they won't be explicitely blocked if they are malicious).