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Hello all, new here with a little question. First the scenario:
1. Am have recently been hired to maintain and expand a suite of drivers.
2. The structure of the driver is this: 1 CDO driver that handles the user mode communication and process starts and registry filtering. 1 file system minifilter driver for file systems. 1 Ndis driver for filtering network. and 1 kernel dll to share memory between all three.
3. I am thinking of rewriting all of them, or at least doing any consolidation work I can.
The question: Is it possible to roll all three actual drivers into one driver? I know it is completely possible to do file system, registry, and process notification all in one driver as I have done this before, but can you fit the network stuff in too?
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