How to Enable Core Isolation & Memory Integrity in Windows 10
How to Enable Core Isolation & Memory Integrity in Windows 10 - We have heard about cyber attacks in recent years. Earlier attacks destroy the files available in PC or switch control to unauthorized hands. They use malicious codes as a medium to infect or control their victims. But the concept of Cyber-attacks changes with time. Today hackers take over your PC and lock down files unless you are ready to pay dollars. These attacks are also called as Ransomware like WannaCry or Petya ransomware. Ransomware attacks are done for money not for files.
Ransomware hackers use kernel level exploits to run malware with high privilege. That is the reason why users don't get access to his computer after attack. So, don't worry we have a solution to tackle with these attacks. In this article we will see how Core Isolation and Memory Integrity constraints will fight with these attacks. So, keep reading How to Enable Core Isolation & Memory Integrity in Windows 10.
Core Isolation & Memory Integrity in Windows 10
Windows Defender Security Centre includes features known as Device Security which offers status reporting and management of security features including toggling for enhanced protection. This does not work on software level and require hardware support. PC's firmware supports Virtualization to run application in a container to restrict access to the other part of the system.
Procedure to Enable Core Isolation & Memory Integrity in Windows 10
Open Windows Defender Security Center with administrator privilege and navigate to Device Security option. Check the Core Isolation under Virtualization is enabled or not. The Core Isolation provides virtualization-based security features to protect the core part of the device.
Next, Click on Core-isolation which offers option to enable Memory Integrity. Enabling it will restrict attacks from inserting malicious code into high security processes. Once enabled, it will ask you to restart to complete the process.