Windows and Malware: Which Features Are Security and Which Aren't


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This session goes under the hood of a number of Windows features that all have the common trait of looking and smelling like security to present their true purpose and value. Learn which of technologies like Kernel Patch Protection, UAC elevations, Protected Mode Internet Security, Service isolation, Code Integrity, and virtual machines really make security guarantees and which are really designed to solve other problems.

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