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I'm writing a security minifilter that uses a combination of kernel space and user space processing to decide whether a user should have access to a file or not, and fortunately it's been decided I only need to do this expensive processing once per file per user session. This means I can cache the allow/deny results on a per-file basis, and my first thought was to implement a simple least-recently-used (LRU) cache using a hashtable/doubly linked list containing each file's name in UNICODE_STRING format. However I thought I'd check with experts to see if there's a "minifilter-approved" way of doing something like this, after seeing what a timesaver minifilter communication ports are over other KM-UM communication options like WinSock.
Any suggestions appreciated including "that's a really bad idea"!
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