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@nobody's answer is what you needed. Here is the answer you were looking for: PS D:\My_Files\Downloads> & 'C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MpCmdRun.exe' Scan -ScanType 3 -DisableRemediation -File D:\My_Files\Downloads\Expected.png Scan starting... Scan finished. Scanning D:\My_Files\Downloads\Expected.png found no threats. PS D:\My_Files\Downloads&...


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You assume that it's a software difference that enabled the Win10 box to survive. But the devices that fell have much reduced hardware. You likely just flooded the CPU/memory of the IoT devices and tablets. They are not designed for even small levels of direct traffic to them. A Windows laptop is. When playing with network traffic you need to run packet ...


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It's a Windows Store app, installed by default with at least some Windows editions, that is literally called "Your Phone". I don't know why it needs such a wide hole in the firewall, that seems excessive, but at least that access is specific only to the one app package. It's a handy app, by the way; lets you do things like see phone notifications ...


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