An update is available for the ASLR feature

This update introduces the Force ASLR feature, which is an addition to the Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) feature for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. For more information about ASLR, visit the following Microsoft website: General information about ASLR

Currently ASLR is enabled for any image built by using Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 or a later edition unless the linker flag /DYNAMICBASE:NO is used to opt out. This flag setting tells the linker not to set a special ASLR bit in the final executable image file. For more information about this special linker flag, visit the following Microsoft website: General information about the /DYNAMICBASE linker flag

Executable images that do not have the ASLR bit set will generally load at their preferred base address.

This update provides support for the Force ASLR feature. This makes it possible for applications to forcibly relocate images that are not built with the /DYNAMICBASE linker flag. Applications can enable this feature by using new Image File Execution Options (IFEO). For more information about IFEO, visit the following Microsoft website: General information about IFEO

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