Mail from Microsoft that realtime protection is disabled on startup
Since a month (or two) I am getting emails with warnings from Microsoft/Windows that Realtime protection is no longer active on my PC. If I then open Windows Security center, it tells me all is fine and my PC is protected by F-Secure. If I then check F-Secure, I get to see all greens and the message that it is up-to-date and running.
I am not sure of the exact moment that this started, but from what can see, the messages always come when I start my PC. So it seems as if there is a second or so where Windows doesn't detect F-Secure yet or perhaps F-Secure actually hasn't started yet when Windows performs the check.
I couldn't really find anything about this on the Forum, but has anyone experienced this before? Is there a way to maybe enable more logging to find the cause? I did find a single message from F-Secure in the eventviewer that directly preceded the mail, but that just says "Network alert" and points to the Edge executable, nothing else.
I am running:
- F-secure Internet Security v19.0, up to date
- Windows 11, 22H2, Build 22621.1848
Its not critical as everything seems to work fine, I am just wary of being trained to ignore safety related messages by receiving an apparently false alarm every day.