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I always thought that the point of timestamp is to make sure the driver still loads after its expiration date..
But i noticed that even when i set the date of my computer to something like 2099 ( to make sure every certificate in the certificate chain is expired as well), it still loads successfully? how is this possible? i am testing it with the latest windows 10 x64 build (19042), its a Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise.
How.. how is this possible?
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