I’m wondering how the anti ransomware option on Windows Defender works with OneDrive. Defender wants you to set up OneDrive just in case an attack happens, which I have done with my Documents and Pictures folders (I’ve done and enabled everything Defender wants me to). Wouldn’t the ransomware encrypt your documents folder and upload those to the cloud? How do cloud files not be replaced by encrypted files?

Thank you!

P.S. Sorry for the messed up title

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