Antivirus Defender is now able to detect and block a program designed to illegally access Windows 10 and 11 operating systems


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Microsoft has released a new update for Defender antivirus, designed for Windows 10, Windows 11 operating systems and Windows Server 2016 servers

Microsoft has released a new Defender antivirus update for Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server 2016 and 2019. This update is designed to solve the problem of “computer security vulnerability in the first hours after installing Windows”, which occurs due to the presence of outdated anti-malware databases in the anti-virus image of the system.

In particular, the Microsoft Defender 1.395.68.0 update expands the Microsoft Defender signature database with various signatures for trojans, consumer programs, and backdoors.


Also as part of this update, a block was added for the AutoKMS program used for illegal activation of Windows and Microsoft Office. Removing this program from a computer running a pirated version of Windows may cause activation to fail.

In parallel with this, Microsoft released updates for office applications such as Outlook, Excel and Word. These updates are designed to address various vulnerabilities, including those related to the ability to remotely execute malicious code.