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al_Fazline



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al_Fazline 20 Mar 2023, 06:38
The solution is easy; do not use Windows.

However, as far as I know exe files are already required to be signed, as far as I know. You can run them anyway but after a warning.
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Furs



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Furs 20 Mar 2023, 14:17
If it's specific drivers it's likely you may not find them outside of Windows. Thankfully for most USB devices you can just use USB passthrough in Windows VMs.
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Feryno



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Feryno 26 Mar 2023, 06:42
A colleague from company responsible for signing drivers told me, that he adds first signature (company signature) and then he sends such signed driver to ms where they add second signature (ms signature). Only then the driver is fully signed.
During development I can't wait so long especially when modifying driver several times per day so during every boot I select disable driver signature enforcement. In latest w11 even that is not enough and I had to disable another security feature (this was enough to modify only once).
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