[REPO] Windows 10 TELEMETRY REPOSITORY

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Yen, Aug 4, 2015.

  1. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami MDL Expert

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    You will block windows updates, updating certificates used by browsers and such, but that can be done like once a month. You will also block DHCP/DNS requests, unless you disable DNS Client service and setup IP/DNS servers manually.
     

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  2. TairikuOkami

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    This will allow DNS and updating of certificates and such. As for DHCP, there is already a default rule for ports 67/68, not sure what exactly is needed, I have not used it in years.
    Code:
    netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="Svchost DNS" dir=out action=allow protocol=UDP remoteport=53 program="%WINDIR%\System32\svchost.exe"
    netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="Svchost TCP" dir=out action=allow protocol=TCP remoteport=80,443 program="%WINDIR%\System32\svchost.exe"
     
  3. vladnil

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    terrorism surveillance blocking surveillance
    GOOGLE - Filter them to block only those you need (tracking?)
     
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  4. Rinsewind

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    Thank you for that.

    I would like to know what files, processes, and services are responsible for telemetry and how they connect to the Internet.

    For example, with Windows Update: I understand it is wuauclt.exe and wuaueng.dll that connect to the Internet through svchost.exe?
     
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    #1207 BetADNA, Jun 22, 2020
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  8. Biher

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    How to import all the IPs in Windows Firewall by no copy and paste one by one ?

     
  9. vladnil

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    It costs PFsense, then it connects to the hub and only then it is spent on all computers and mobile phones.

    If you do this on Windows, editing the Host file will help Hosts File Editor 1.5.8
     
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  10. mdl052020

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    Powershell Script

    Code:
    $name = Get-NetFirewallrule -DisplayName "*Desktop*"
    
    $ips = @("1.1.1.1", "2.2.2.2")
    
    foreach($r in $name)
    {
        Set-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName $r.DisplayName -RemoteAddress $ips
    }
    :eek:
     
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    #1216 vladnil, Jul 10, 2020
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  14. BetADNA

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    #1217 BetADNA, Jul 10, 2020
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  15. chibiaran

    chibiaran MDL Novice

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    Hope this is the right place for me to ask. I'm building a new PC and I've been on Windows 7 for the longest time. Now I have to decide whether to go for W10 or W7, and even with all the informative and helpful posts, I feel crippled to make this decision, to say at least. If anyone could spare some time and explain to me on a general level: how does the telemetry of W10 LTSC compare to W7 Enterprise? I realize MS patched that stuff into W7 as well, but are there any chances that there is more encrypted telemetry related stuff hidden into W10 than W7?
    I've only started recently again to educate myself on the privacy nightmare that is/was W10, but I vaguely remember from past readings that even the image viewer would send data to MS server whenever you open/view a picture. I'm not as much concerned about them collecting hardware information, as I am about information about my more personal data.

    I found Yen's posts to be very helpful and I'm planning to get a pi-hole as well.
     
  16. vladnil

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    #1219 vladnil, Jul 16, 2020
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    Ideal, as an option to install Windows Vista Sp2, there is definitely no tracking there. In our offices, Vista has been standing for 15 years. On Windows 10 there is nothing useful - only trash advertising. Windows 10 really did the Nazis:):):)

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    what kind of life has gone? To access the Internet and normal operation, you have to sit on a proxy + proxy for VPN. And just for the sake of that google-google and Microsoft did not climb to you!
    everyone has money selling you - except you
     
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