I can confirm I have the same I assume the processes are essential to windows but will check with the techs. Will get back to you tomorrow afternoon
Those are Windows processes and as such are granted full access automatically. There shouldn't be the ability to meddle with those otherwise Windows would malfunction. The logon process would have to use full access as it is a "handshake" type (2-way) process.
All security software makers have to work with Microsoft and others to ensure certain processes are granted the appropriate permissions and are shielded from user-intitiated changes.
Confirmed as Peter says these are essential windows processes that are not to be touched.They are fully safe.