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Adding game to the exclusions of the Windows Defender

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Windows Defender is a built-in antivirus in windows 8 and newer. 
From time to time it considers our wz_zb.dll file as a virus. Why? Are there any viruses? We can answer - no!

Simply put, in the .DLL file is a code, which is necessary for our game and is modified by us. Defender can't check it, because it's fully encrypted. 

To avoid game errors, we strongly recommend to add game folder to the exclusions in Windows Defender.

Settings -> Update and Security

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Windows Security ->

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Virus and threat protection ->

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Virus & threat protection settings ->

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Add or remove exclusions ->

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Choose your game folder ->

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Edited by Arthur

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