Microsoft’s new Kernel Data Protection technology for Windows 10 will make kernel memory read-only

In the constant battle with hackers, Microsoft has just played another card, by introducing a new Kernel Data Protection technology which will make it harder for attackers to use data corruption techniques to bypass security and escalate privileges. Kernel Data Protection (KDP) makes sections of kernel memory read-only and prevents data corruption attacks by protecting parts of the Windows kernel and drivers through virtualization-based security (VBS).

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