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On 64-bit versions of Windows, the Kernel Mode Code Signing (KMCS) policy dictates that any 64-bit device drivers (not just Plug and Play) must be signed with a cryptographic key assigned by one of the major code certification authorities. The user cannot explicitly force the installation of an unsigned driver, even as an administrator, but, as a one-time exception, this re...

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Cover of Windows® Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1

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Mo minchia...
Belle notizie per chi si fa un driver in casa.