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I noticed that's where the entry point actually is. For KMDF drivers, it's clear what happens there, if unfortunately too poorly documented to understand much beyond a surface level. For minifilters, all the fltmgr.sys APIs show up in the IAT as direct imports and I don't see any imports not accounted for by user code that might be communicating with kernel components. Is there anything essential being done there? What happens if you set DriverEntry as the entry point?
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