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I've started showing a lot more interest recently in windows kernel development. So far what I did was mostly "tinkering" in the kernel, meaning playing around a bit with the various APIs that are available: creating a device, setup some IOCTL communication with my usermode process, then do simple things such as parsing the list of executable processes and sending back the information to usermode. So far everything worked perfectly
I am now working on another project: a minifilter driver. I am facing a lot of random BSOD, random in the sense that:
I am looking for advice on how to debug properly those "randoms" BSOD. I can also post some crash dump here if you are interested.
Thank you very much for your help and I wish you a very pleasant day.
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