Hi there !
I'm about to start working on a project that involves in building a software driver (mostly playing with Ob callbacks and file system minifilters) for Windows 10. As I love reading, I checked some websites that sell books... but I really have the feeling that they have all been written in XP/Win7-era.
Can anyone recommend a good book to start off drivers development that introduce the concepts in the recent framework (KMDF) ? Otherwise, do other supports are better adapted to quickly gain knowledge about drivers development ? I checked the documentation provided by Microsoft (which is quite extensive!), but I'm more looking for a resource that introduces kernel concepts as well (as I'm currently only a user-mode developer).
Many thanks for your kind help
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