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I'm working on a "kill-switch" ndis filter that will shutdown internet until a certain app loads (to prevent ip leaks). And I realized the ethernet driver is already loaded by the time my filter loads.
And that seems like it could give away the users ip, which would be bad. Is there any way to load a Ndis filter before the ethernet drivers or prevent ethernet from sending packets until my filter loads?
EDIT: I accidentally posted in the wrong forum, can't find any way to move or delete the post, i apologize in advance
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