What Apps should be allowed Public Access to Communicate through Windows 10 Defender/Firewall?
With the new release of Windows 10 (Fall Creators Version?) Win 10 Pro V-1709, OS Build - 16299.98, I'm concerned as to what MS has changed without my knowledge and/or desire. There's a lot of "Apps" that are allowed Public Access by default and I'm not sure which ones are potentially leaving me at risk or exposing things that I would generally NOT want to "Share"...?
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