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I think this is probably a really quick question for people here, but there isnt a lot of info I could find for an internal scenario. If I am writing a filter driver that would only ever be used internally and not distributed to anyone; do I need to go through the EV process or can I sign with an internal trusted Certificate Authority to deploy? I know Windows has built in protections for driver signing and I'm not sure if the OS would let me deploy outside of enabling test signing on all machines which I wouldnt do.
Thoughts? Thanks in advance!
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