The immersive protection test is designed to evaluate the ability of an anti-malware solution to protect in online scenarios as the system interacts with the web. As with the previous results, just like last time, the compromise that depends on the user is 0%, which means that the true compromise rate is again 1%.
In contrast to Defender, rival antivirus makers such as Avast, AVG, Avira, and Total AV performed well in the tests, all making huge improvements from the last time. It’s somewhat surprising that Defender is so bad at false positives. In March of this year,Microsoftown homeOfficeAfter the update was flagged as malicious, Microsoft pledged to work on improving false positive detection.