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I have seen many different open source projects out there to block usb connection (other than the whitelisted deviceIDs) :
And perhaps there are even more approaches..
So my question is, what the "correct" way of doing it? I know that there will be always different approaches,
but in terms of being a stable and standard approach, what is the most optimal solution to blocking external USB devices such WPD devices and flash drives, in Windows 7+ using a kernel mode driver?
Basically, if you were given a task of creating such a driver that blocks all external USB connections, other than the whitelist devices (based on deviceid, etc), how would you implement it?
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