Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Rise of Fake BSODs

There has recently been an increasingly number of occurrences of fake BSODs, all of which appear to be malware related. The BSODs are usually poorly designed and easy to spot if you have any experience with Windows or debugging BSODs. … Continue reading

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The Complete Debugging Guide to Stop 0x124 – Part 3

In the previous two parts, we examined error packets and error records, now we will begin to discuss the debugging methodology involved with a Stop 0x124 bugcheck, and how to gather useful debugging information from the dump file using WinDbg. … Continue reading

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The Complete Debugging Guide to Stop 0x124 – Part 2

We looked at the error packets in the first part, but now we need to investigate the structure of error records, and understand how to gather useful information from these error records to assist us in our debugging efforts. There … Continue reading

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