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What is the difference between Dynamic Anti-HeapSpraying Enforcement and good old honest down to earth plain Anti-HeapSpraying Enforcement?

I have noticed that a couple of Windows XP installations I am responsible for do not seem to support Dynamic Anti-HeapSpraying Enforcement. The Browser protection option becomes unticked in Advanced Settings -> Application Hardening ever time MBAE starts. The processors of those two systems coincidentally support SSE2 instructions. MBAE installed on Windows XP with no-SSE2 processors and Windows 7 installations seems to allow Dynamic Anti-HeapSpraying Enforcement.

Possible explanation:
Bit-Defender anti-ransomware tool is installed on the two affected Windows XP systems.

Edited by hake
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