A follow-up on WER plugins

TL;DR: Utilizing WER plugins is beneficial, but it turns out it’s not the silver bullet of crash detection.

Almost exactly a year ago I blogged about the so-called runtime exception helper modules of Windows Error Reporting (that’s a mouthful, so from now on I’ll refer to them as their internal name, WER plugins), and how you can enhance your crash detection capabilities with them on x64 Windows. I apologize for the lack of posts lately, I have been working on something in my free time that I’m not ready to share with the public yet. Since my post I referred above, I’ve gained some production experience with WER plugins, and I thought they are worthy of sharing.

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