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Old 13-01-2021, 21:46   #1
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Is it safe for me to unblock applications/processes in my Sys32 folder?

EDIT: Change of topic for this thread, but recently I've discovered that my firewall has been blocking a number of applications and processes on my PC without actually informing me, so I have a long list of various stuff I need to re-assess and unblock if needed. TBH most of it looks like random apps that i've installed and nothing to worry too much about, but there's a good chunk of WINDOWS processes and executables that I definitely need to address, and I just wanted to ask whether it's OK for me to assume that anything in the WINDOWS Sys32 directory is OK to unblock? Here's a screenshot of the processes:

Image below is a little small, so here's a link to original res

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