If true, this would be the second big change Microsoft is making in its Windows 10 Fall update after planning to remove SMBv1 to enhance its users security.EMET or Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit, currently optional, is a free anti-exploit toolkit for Microsoft's Windows operating systems designed to boost the security of your computer against complex threats such as zero-day vulnerabilities.
The following chart, created by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, clearly indicates that Windows 10 with EMET offers better protection than alone Windows 10 does.
"There are no plans to offer support or security patching for EMET after July 31, 2018. For improved security, our recommendation is for customers to migrate to Windows 10," Microsoft said last year.
A tweet from Alex Ionescu, Windows security expert, with a screenshot hints that Microsoft may release its next stable version of Windows 10 with "built-in EMET into the kernel."Also, we noticed that Alex's tweet was later retweeted by at least two security researchers from Microsoft team, which indirectly confirms the news.
So, let's just wait for the big news to be confirmed by Microsoft.