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How to Add Hardware-enforced Stack Protection to Task Manager Windows 10

Microsoft keeps on developing Windows 10 by considering several aspects. One such release by the team is the introduction of a new feature, Hardware-enforced Stack Protection. The main purpose of this feature is to use the local CPU hardware and eventually to protect their code as well. In simple terms, its main role is to supervise the memory stack where an application's code is stored while execution. However, as the feature is still in progress, it is not available for everyone. Only Fast Ring Insiders can Add Hardware-enforced Stack Protection to Task Manager and block malware from hijacking app's code. To test this new amazing feature, all you need is to add its column in the Task Manager.

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How to Add Hardware-enforced Stack Protection to Task Manager Windows 10


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