I think I have found a difference:
The order of command execution is reversed.
harkaz, i appreciate the work that you have done.. i installed your "FIX" for the MS15-010/3013455 update, which, incidentally, took a leap of faith, since it is a modified "windows" file and it also requires installing a "certificate" for it..
with all of the talk about komodia's installing certificates etc, and with "privdog", and everything else associated with that, when you talk about installing a certificate (not to mention installing a modified windows file), it is concerning:
i would like to know how to remove your certificate that i installed, in case i ever want to.. does it have a name? to remove the certificate, would you simply delete the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\Root\Certificates\F2C90A445A5E0F0F79AEDEB694D50B9656B24A71" regkey, or would deleting that regkey cause problems with other certificates?
i just wanted to mention something.. looking at the screenshot that you posted, you say that "the order of command execution is reversed", but there seems to be more to it..
in your screenshot, in the code in the window on the left, it has a "@sc1_InitializeTwilightcontours@12" while the code in the window on the right doesn't, at least that is the way that it looks to me.. maybe you already noticed that, or maybe i am confused and that actually was the point that you were making..
regarding the MS15-010/3013455 update, from what you have posted, it seems that the "win32k.sys" file that was installed by the 3013455 update was flawed, and that the 3037639 update, which was meant to fix the font problem, simply tweaks windows in order to allow it to use the flawed win32k.sys file, but without the font-problems.. tweaking windows to where it can use a flawed win32k.sys file (but without the font problems) doesn't sound good to me..
from reading some of the other posts here, it seems that some people opted to tweak the win32k.sys file themselves.. i suppose that they also had to use their own certificates in order for windows to allow the modified win32k.sys file to be installed and to run..
for the record, i don't know anything about "coding" software.. i am not an "expert".. i am just a regular home-computer-user..
Edited by redwolfe_98, Yesterday, 06:03 AM.