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First, I am quite new to windows driver dev, don't be too harsh
At some point, the driver I am trying to build needs to process some data with floating point operations, and talking to a server with http requests.
So what I would need is a way to send the data the driver extracted to a user app which would perform the various operations, networking etc. and send it back to the driver. During the processing, the driver would need to wait as it is a KMDF filter driver that modifies read/write data in wdfrequests.
Is this even possible ?
And if it is, IOCTL with inverted calls a good way to go ? Or would I need to use some shared memory ? Or maybe using another method I didnt read about ?
Thanks in advance for your advices,
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