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I have some questions :
Someone legally signs their kernel driver with a legally purchased certificate and signs it with Microsoft portal service for windows 10.11 compatibility,
He is amateur (confirmed) on windows kernel driver development.
What happens if its driver deployed contains bugs making the Windows system unstable?
What happens if the use of its driver causes BSODs?
What happens if a some users complains ?
What happens if the developer is not able to correct system instability and BSOD bugs caused by his driver (the developer's)?
INFO: Developing a driver becomes more and more complicated when a new windows is deployed.
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