Windows Defender has found a false threat for exceutable file 'xxx.exe' on my computer and periodically removes this file when I try to use it. It claims in its "Threat Blocked" report that the file has 'Trojan:Script/Wacatac.B!ml'. Most amazingly when I run a custom scan on this file it says "0 threats found", but it will still remove the file periodically when I try to use it even if this removal does not happen each time I use it. Obviously Windows Defender is wrong. How can I tell Windows Defender that 'xxx.exe' is not a threat so it will stop periodically removing it ? If not possible how can I just turn off Windows Defender checking for viruses for executable files completely ?