Jan Willy

Level 3
My question: offers Windows core isolation a stronger protection as the memory protection from Controlled Folder Access (CFA)?
The question can be relevant because core isolation is not always possible, for example when it conflicts with a not compatible driver.
Could CFA-memory protection in that case be an equal alternative?


Level 36
Content Creator
Like @security123 said, they are two different things. It's like comparing apples and oranges. Most home users don't enable Memory integrity.

What trouble does it wreak on Defender network protection?