Why doesn't DLL injection works on Windows 10 for native Windows binaries (e.g. calc.exe)?
I've been playing around with DLL injection by reading some old articles to that use, e.g., calc.exe to inject into.
However, on my up-to-date Windows 10 machine, I've come to the conclusion that I cannot inject into Windows own binaries (e.g. calc.exe) and some third-party applications (e.g. Chrome).
For other processes, including my own programs, DLL injection works just fine, so I guess my injector works just fine...
What is the reason that I cannot inject into these processes?