The Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) has been used by IT Pros and security professionals for years to help mitigate issues due to vulnerable Microsoft software. With the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on October 17, this toolset is no longer supported on the new platform version.
Instead, we offer Windows Defender Exploit Guard’s Exploit Protection, which is now a built-in, fully-configurable feature of Windows 10. Exploit Protection brings the granular control you remember from EMET into a new, modern feature. Our download package includes a pre-configured, customizable XML file to help you add exploit mitigations to many common applications. You can use it as-is, or customize it for your own needs. Note that you configure the corresponding Group Policy setting by specifying the full local or server file path to the XML file. Because our baseline cannot specify a path that works for everyone, it is not included in the baseline packages GPOs – you must add it yourself.
Learn about the new functionality here: Windows Defender Exploit Guard
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