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Let's say that i have stored a user-mode address inside of a callback function such as image load callback.
Can a context switch occur in the middle of the function, therefore the user-mode part of the virtual memory changing and therefore my saved user-mode addresses becoming invalid?
If so, what is the best solution to be able to access that user-mode address without any issue?
Is using the MmProbeAndLockPages and putting it inside a try catch the best way to access the saved user-mode address later on in the callback function?
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