By coincidence I came across the Microsoft Application Verifier in the Microsoft Download Center (it's also included in the Windows SDK for Windows 7).
As I understand from the Overview information it can be used among other things to detect memory corruptions.
Therefore I was wondering if Application Verifier could be of some assistance in determining the incompatible EMET settings (DEP, SEHOP, etc.) for a program. Or is the information provided by Application Verifier too technical for
an end user?
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