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As far as i know, and have experienced, when i access user mode addresses for reading, i combine PorbeForRead + a try catch block to make the code 100% safe and no risk of getting BSOD.
but i was wondering, if i combine porbeforread + try catch, will this be able to catch any exception thrown from accessing a invalid or paged out address in user-mode from my driver? even if IRQL is higher or equal to DISPATCH_LEVEL?
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