This is what I'm referring to. It's the "minimal process that is associated with a pico profider kernel-mode driver." I'm curious if Traps can see these processes in Windows 10 when using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Bashware can leverage these processes to avoid detection from antivirus software installed on windows by utilizing these processes and I'm looking for clarification on how Traps does or does not protect against this.
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