How to activate virtualization-based security and core isolation in Windows 10


Also known as memory integrity or core isolation protocols, HVIC uses virtualization-based security systems to strengthen code integrity policy enforcement. Recently purchased computers running 64-bit versions of Windows 10 will likely have HVIC up and running by default, but for security’s sake you should check out your system settings to be sure.





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