Windows 10 build 16232 with Exploit Protection

Windows 10 build 16232: Microsoft released another build of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, with many improvements and new security features.

Windows 10 build 16232 comes with many security enhancements, as Microsoft Edge will now use Application Guard.Windows 10

"Once enabled, data such as your favorites, cookies and saved passwords will be protected by the Application Guard."

But the remarkable new feature is Exploit Protection. The purpose of this is to prevent attacks even when no updates are available. The new feature seems to be particularly useful in the case of zero-day.

(* zero-day is called the vulnerability that has not been repaired.)

This feature is available without Windows Defender Antivirus, and you can find it on the following path:

Windows Defender Security Center> App & browser control> Exploit Protection.

Next great security feature:

Windows 10 Controlled folder access

There is also a new feature called it Controlled folder access. You can find it in the Windows Defender Antivirus settings. The new feature prevents applications, as well as threats like ransomware, to modify your files and folders.

As mentioned above, you can manually configure the applications that can access your folders. Windows system folders are protected by default.

Of course, we do not recommend installing builds of Insiders on PCs that you use for your work. If you want to learn more dor the official announcement.

The bolds can download the ISO they are interested in from the following link:

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/8pJw/V5uSVPKus

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