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I am trying to read a config.txt file that contains a list of paths separated by ";" from a minifilter.
config.txt file looks like:
instance_setup() method I do:
HANDLE fileHandle = NULL; OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES objectAttributes; PVOID result; result = ExAllocatePool(NonPagedPool, 65536); PFILE_OBJECT fileObject = NULL; UNICODE_STRING myUnicodeStr; RtlInitUnicodeString(&myUnicodeStr, config_file_path); InitializeObjectAttributes(&objectAttributes, &myUnicodeStr, OBJ_CASE_INSENSITIVE | OBJ_OPENIF, NULL,NULL); IO_STATUS_BLOCK ioStatus; FltCreateFile(flt_objects->Filter, flt_objects->Instance, &fileHandle, GENERIC_READ, &objectAttributes, &ioStatus, NULL, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, FILE_SHARE_READ, FILE_OPEN, FILE_SEQUENTIAL_ONLY, NULL, 0, 0); ObReferenceObjectByHandle(fileHandle, GENERIC_READ, NULL, KernelMode, &fileObject, NULL); ULONG bytes_read; FltReadFile(flt_objects->Instance, fileObject, NULL, 65536, result, FLTFL_IO_OPERATION_DO_NOT_UPDATE_BYTE_OFFSET, &bytes_read, NULL, NULL); FltClose(fileHandle); //result should have the content of file
I am getting a blue screen when starting the minifilter. I´ve tested that the code works properly until
FltCreateFile (I am able to get a proper fileHandler). I do not see what I am doing wrong after this.
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