"Off by default" for the Windows Security Mandatory ASLR option

Here is the step-by-step guide to disabling Force randomization for images (Mandatory ASLR).

  1. Click the Start button and type in "Windows Security":
    Open Windows Security.
  2. Click App & browser control:
    Click App & browser control.
  3. Find Exploit protection and click Exploit protection settings:
    Click Exploit protection settings.
  4. In System settings, find the Force randomization for images (Mandatory ASLR):
    Find Force randomization for images (Mandatory ASLR).
  5. Open the drop-down list and select Off by default:
    Select Off by default.


As a fairly tech savvy individual, I recommend including a more in-depth description explaining the details of ASLR, particularly as it was the main intent for my search today. While I realize and understand there are undoubtedly alternative resources for information about ASLR, its addition to this page seems not only appropriate but somewhat expected as one of the top URLs for the search:
"ASLR exploit protection"

Moreover, whether my search is too vague, the information is not readily shared, or I've just not delved deep enough yet, the knowledge I seek hasn't been easy to find compared to countless other technical questions I've conducted. To say the least, I, personally, would consider a description explaining the ins and outs of the ASLR security feature a major, sought after, and extremely helpful addition that I feel would be a quick, simple task, requiring minimal effort.

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