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It is mentioned by libwdi developer that "Microsoft is no longer trusting certificates that are installed in Trusted Publishers for the signing of driver packages" for Windows 11. Just want to know if this is really true or not.
Background: libwdi used to work up until latest version of Windows 10.
Quick explanation of how libwdi works by Tim Roberts
libwdi is an open source installer for USB drivers, designed specifically as a companion for the libusb generic USB library, which requires a kernel driver (either WinUSB or one of the alternatives that were created before WinUSB existed). They generate a new certificate for each run, then install that certificate in the "Trusted Certificate Store". By generating a new certificate each time, rather than using some common certificate, they are trying to maintain a semblance of security and accountability.
The scheme satisfies KMCS prior to Windows 8, and for the time being even works on Windows 10.
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