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Microsoft is bringing a new feature to Windows 10 called Kernel Data Protection, which makes the memory involved in key elements of Windows read-only to "protect drivers and software running in the Windows kernel (i.e., the OS code itself) against data-driven attacks," Microsoft Senior Engineer Andrea Allievi wrote in a blog post. A set of APIs will enable developers to work with the technology, and Microsoft says partners such as security software vendors also will benefit.

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