Started by DR M, July 03, 2021, 09:03:56 AM
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QuoteIt is important to remember that these scan really are not necessary, except for peace of mind. This because Defender is constantly monitoring our systems 24/7/365, not just looking for malicious code being saved on our drives, but everything coming in and going out of our systems (emails, webpages, etc., and malicious behavior that might be going on in the computer's memory.
QuoteI am guessing that that date caused Windows Defender to do some sort of extraordinary scanning that it would not have otherwise done. By that I mean that it probably searched every little item in the computer
QuoteI really hope this is true.
QuoteFrom what I saw until now, the updates are daily, but the scan is probably set by default once a week.
QuoteHowever my overall view and conclusion on the situation was simply that Windows Defender is doing its job, I occasionally get notifications from Windows Defender indicating that 'the scan were completed successfully and no problems were found', and thus I had nothing to be concerned about regardless of the "code 0x2" error. To me it just seems to be one of the ways that Windows Defender goes about doing its tasks and recording the results, especially since it is constantly doing these tasks in the background.
QuoteI don't doubt that everything is OK, but I want to know how my antivirus behaves. Not just say that it works. How it works? When the scan is taking place? Why those errors are present and when?