I constantly allow installed programs to make changes to the computer.Now I'm worried about protecting the workstation from outside interference.
Is it possible to somehow see the list of programs to which I gave access? And leave only those that I use.
  • When Windows asks “whether to allow this program...” - “this program” means the installer, and not what it installs. – Combat20 Aug 5 '19 at 22:55

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If the trojan is allowed access, then everything, then it will bypass any lists.

And you can start worrying only if you have at least something valuable on your computer.You can’t worry about the rest.For good work and finances, you need to have a separate computer where there are only licensed programs, or even just a browser with mail.
  • And if I have a win10 and kasparski license then will trajan still be alive? The situation is that it happens that you install third-party software or games from a torrent.At this time, the installer asks for permission.
    When I allow changes, do I open viruses to my computer?
    – Helpless12 Aug 5 '19 at 23:55
  • Anti-virus does not catch 100% of viruses.
    Plus, many antiviruses sometimes give false-positive results, just for all sorts of cheats, hacks, etc.(Just for reasons of catching more viruses, that is, suspicious files also fall under the distribution).

    So this is a lottery.As I said, for the maximum guarantee you need a separate computer for work, correspondence and everything valuable, but even it does not give a 100% guarantee.

    Another option is to run everything dangerous on a virtual machine(VirtualBox).But it’s unlikely that you can play normally games on a virtual machine.
    – Mystery36 Aug 5 '19 at 23:57