Microsoft Defender 4+

Protect. Control. Defend‪.‬

Microsoft Corporation

    • 1.7 • 374 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Stay safer online with Microsoft Defender. For work and your personal life, secure your devices and your identity with one app.

Microsoft Defender is a unified online security app for your work and personal life. Use Microsoft Defender for individuals (1) at home and on the go. For work, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint helps organizations around the world stay more secure.

Sign-in with your personal account (1) to access features for Microsoft Defender for individuals. Sign-in with your work (2) account to access features for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.

Microsoft Defender for individuals
Seamlessly protect your data and devices with Microsoft Defender.(1) You and your family can easily manage your online security in one app with notifications, expert recommendations, and security tips designed to help you stay safer online. Microsoft Defender for individuals requires a Microsoft 365 Personal or Family subscription.

Seamless security management
A centralized dashboard to check your security status and everyone in your family
See your and your family’s identity, personal data, and cross-device protections in one place
Easily add or remove your favorite devices and personal data for you and your family

Safeguard your devices
Anti-phishing protection for your and your family’s devices against new and existing threats
Continuously scans for harmful links before you click on them to help protect you from malicious threats

Protect your personal data and identity (Available in US)
Monitors the web for threats to your identity and personal information
Alerts you if your personal information is compromised or at risk
Expert guidance is available to help you recover and restore your stolen identity

Stay informed and stay safer
Get real-time alerts to stay up to date about changes to your security status and your family members’ statuses
Take recommended actions to help keep your personal data and devices secure
View alerts and cross-device activity history from the past 30 days.

(1) If you are an individual, please login with your personal Microsoft account. Microsoft Defender for individuals requires a Microsoft 365 Family or Personal subscription.

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is an industry-leading, cloud-powered endpoint security solution that helps to secure against ransomware, file-less malware, and other sophisticated attacks across platforms. Our comprehensive solution helps to rapidly stop attacks, scale your security resources, and evolve your defenses.

Rapidly stop threats
Gain the upper hand against sophisticated threats like ransomware, fileless attacks, and nation state threats.

Scale your security
Put time back in the hands of defenders to prioritize risks and elevate your security posture.

Evolve your defenses
Advance beyond endpoint silos and mature your security based on a foundation for XDR and Zero Trust.

(2) If you are a member of a business or organization, you need to login with your company email when you install Microsoft Defender on your devices. Commercial and business features of this app require a Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint P1, P2, Microsoft Defender for Business license, or a Microsoft 365 Business Premium subscription. If you are not sure about your company’s license or subscription, contact your IT department.

What’s New

Version 1.1.33190102

You can now use Microsoft Defender to safeguard all your family members identities and recover from identity related breaches and have improved visibility of your connected devices and family member device by receiving push notifications in case of threats found or when a family member turns off a protection.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
374 Ratings

374 Ratings

Bigger Fam! ,

You killed “Calendar” app

I’m not sure what you’re doing every time I pull up the Apple calendar app but you’ve destroyed it’s ability to render correctly. Must you recheck all the link in calendar every time I open it (I think this is what is happening). I live in the calendar app with managing 5+ different calendars between a busy work life, teenagers, service work and a marriage. Please figure this out for better functionality. If you’re going to sell companies on that they need to force employees to put this on personal devices then stop ruining their personal device experience.

Appledudething ,

READ: Battery Usage and link scans and network usage

I’ve seen a significant amount of reviews complaining about “High battery usage” and “5k links?? I only used one app!” iOS tracks “battery usage” based on network activity, and because this acts as a VPN, yes, it will show high battery usage, but in reality it’s not. Let’s say Facebook used 10% battery, and Instagram used 15% battery, after installing this app, you’d see iOS report that this app used 25% of your battery. I’m sure you get the idea now. You can validate this information by using any VPN client on your phone. Link scans: This is all traffic from your phone: background app refreshes, apps can send request to hundreds of separate links. That’s why you see so many link scans.

Network usage: again, because all apps route their data into this app, your data usage will be pointed to this app aswell. If you used 5GB on Facebook, it would show as 5GB under this app.

archimedesk ,

Vpn

Good overall app, for all your devices. The vpn option stopped working after I upgraded to ios 16 for some reason. Even though the iPhone shows the vpn icon, and it shows it’s connected in the settings but there’s no vpn server. I maybe missing something but not using for now….

vpn is working again. Updating to 4 star. For several days a lot of iPhones/MacBook users did not have vpn, even though their iPhone showed they did. Back to using the app

App Privacy

The developer, Microsoft Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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