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I was confused by the disassembler implementation...the processor executes instructions that are ( i.cache <=15B ) as the artcle states. Verified when I single step, as IP increases by 15B. So, it accurately treats the prefix bytes as a part of one single instruction. However, I tested dumpbin /disasm and windbg so far, which disassemble the prefix ...


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I used to change the mappings but it didn't work out well and now I don't. As I switched from Windows to Linux (Ubuntu) to Mac's, I found this to be a common problem. Most notably for the ctrl vs command key stuff between Linux and OSX. So initially I would remap keys to match what I used on the previous system. Initially this seemed like a good idea but ...


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Well this answer on ServerFault shows a single rule with many IP blocks works fine, but as he says it take a lot of CPU to process when updating, I imagine the rules are stored internally in an efficient format, and when the rule is changed WF will re-parse and store the IPs. In this case, it doesn't matter if you have 1 rule with a million IPs or a million ...



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