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I recently got my hands on a new certificate, and it came to my notice that it did not have kernel mode code signing EKU in the certificate, but it did have code signing EKU.
I thought for sure that if i use this to sign a driver, it should not load. But it actually did!
So my question is, what does kernel mode code signing EKU in the certificate actually do? How can i load a driver that is signed with a cert without kernel mode code signing EKU?
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