I think one of the recent Vista "performance" patches also stops the kernel
patch protection workaround.
Despite all the helpful references people are giving to MS documents about
kernel patch protection I can't find any that inform us that any of the
recent updates stop the "bcdedit -set load options
DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS" working, when at least two, possibly three of the
recent patches do exactly that.
My suspicion is that stopping "bcdedit -set load options
DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS" working is the only thing that KB932596 does, at
least MS has published nothing at all about what it does to say any
Also if kernel patch protection is so vital for users security that the
option to disable it has to be removed without warning, then why does MS
think it's only the few users of x64 versions that need this "protection",
who are mostly very technically aware anyway, rather than the multitude of
32bit version users who largely aren't as technically savvy and would
presumeably need the "protection and stability" far more?
Something stinks about this whole thing
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