Re: Free antivirus programs and Jaws.

Jason White

Memory integrity protection uses virtualization hardware in the CPU to protect code in the operating system kernel from malicious modification. That, at least, is what I understand from the documentation.


It’s part of Microsoft’s strategy to make life much more difficult for malware authors, and therefore safer for users.


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