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I am using a mini-filter driver to block the file access. The JSON rules come from the server and need to process and after then it will decide whether that file would be blocked or Not? so I am thinking of the following approach:
So should I go with this approach?
would it be inefficient in some way?
If this approach is not good then please suggest any efficient way for doing it.
I am very thankful for the OSR community and waiting for some valuable suggestions.
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