Tamper protection 2
There was a post earlier about Tamper Protection
Windows 10’s May 2019 Update brings a new “tamper protection” feature to Windows Security, also known as the Windows Defender antivirus. Tamper Protection is off by default, and Windows Security says “your device may be vulnerable” unless you enable it.
Note that Tamper Protection only applies to Windows Security settings. If you’re using a third-party antivirus, it won’t protect that antivirus’s settings. Some third-party antivirus programs have similar built-in “tamper protection” features to protect their own settings, too.
Referring to the last sentence I wonder what is the situationnow regarding the home products IS, Safe, Total and TP