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HID – Driver Signing

Driver Signing Why do Drivers Need to be Signed? Microsoft has gradually increased the security around drivers and has for some time now required that drivers need to be signed before they can be installed. There are workarounds for installing unsigned drivers, such as disabling driver integrity checks, booting into test mode, or using the …

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HID – The HVDK Drivers

The HVDK Drivers User-mode vs Kernel-mode Drivers HVDK drivers are User-Mode drivers. A user-mode driver runs in its own private virtual address space, so it runs in isolation from other user-mode applications. A user-mode driver is very much like a regular application like Notepad.exe, except that it is a driver. The advantage user-mode drivers are …

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HDVK 1.6 Released

We have been getting requests for a SDK for ControlMyJoystick’s Virtual Joystick, Keyboard and Mouse drivers, so recently we released the HID Virtual Driver Kit (HVDK). http://44.238.1.22/hid-driver-kit-home/ The HVDK Standard Edition is free, and has a set of Tetherscript-signed drivers (the same ones you get with ControlMyJoystick) and some Delphi (yes, Delphi…is it 1998 or …

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HID – Release Notes

Release Notes 2.1 Final July 5, 2020 Added a new Gamepad driver. This emulates a gamepad HID device. However, it does not emulate an XBOX controller. Added a new Mouse Rel driver. This allows you to move the mouse cursor relative to its current position, such as (100, 100) which moves it 100 units right …

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