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Log them in FirstChanceException. Have a white / black dictionary / list as you work through them.

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This event is only a notification. Handling this event does not handle the exception or affect subsequent exception handling in any way. After the event has been raised and event handlers have been invoked, the common language runtime (CLR) begins to search for a handler for the exception. FirstChanceException provides the application domain with a first chance to examine any managed exception.


AppDomain.FirstChanceException Event (System) | Microsoft Docs


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