Thoughts on PatchGuard (otherwise known as Kernel Patch Protection)

Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 4:39 PM EST

From the nynaeve.net blog: Recently, there has been a fair bit of press about PatchGuard. Iíd like to clarify a couple of things (and clear up some common misconceptions that appear to be floating around out there).

First of all, these opinions are my own, based on the information that I have available to me at this time, and are not sponsored by either Microsoft or my employer. Furthermore, these views are based on PatchGuard as it is implemented today, and do not relate to any theoretical extensios to PatchGuard that may occur sometime in the future. That being said, hereís some of what I think about PatchGuard:

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