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Windows test mode sign

BiboGBiboG Member Posts: 11
Hey everyone, can someone prompt. How I can detect if enabled test sign mode?
I tried looking about this on msdn and other resources, but I didn’t find anything, thanks everyone for help.

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  • Mark_RoddyMark_Roddy Member - All Emails Posts: 4,365

    From kernel mode? No. Otherwise just process the output from bcdedit using the shell of your choice.

  • BiboGBiboG Member Posts: 11
    > @Mark_Roddy said:
    > From kernel mode? No. Otherwise just process the output from bcdedit using the shell of your choice.

    Thanks for answer. I thought about ZwQuerySystemInformation and CODEINTEGRITY_OPTION_TESTSIGN
    I don’t know would be work this in kernel but in usermode it’s works good, I mean NtQuerySystemInformation.
  • BiboGBiboG Member Posts: 11

    just tested, it's work perfect with ZwQuerySystemInformation

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