I'd like to enable forced ASLR for all DLLs on Windows. Is this safe? Background: ASLR is an important security mechanism that helps defend against code injection attacks. DLLs can opt into ASLR, ...
Original link: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2011/02/21/windows-7-64-bit-now-even-suckier/ Basically, he can't get his 32 bit app to run under x64. He has tried XP compat mode. Is there any alternative ...
My understanding (from Wikipedia) is that the x64 instruction set supports executing 16-bit protected mode code from long mode, but cannot execute real mode code without being switched out of long ...
Windows provides a number of shims to workaround bugs and limitations in programs. Shims can lie to a program about all kinds of things lie about the version of Windows lie about a file operation ...
My machine has Office 2003 Professional installed. I am trying to install Office 2007 but there is an option to leave 2003 version. Has anyone had any issue for having a two different versions of ...
As I see it: Microsoft has always provided backward compatibility for legacy applications; As far as the end user is concerned, things won't be behaving any different from what they normally expect. ...