If you recently updated your computer, it is possible that the EndpointLock was scanning the kernel for unknown drivers during the update, leading to a false positive. Please try restarting your computer and see if the error message reappears when EndpointLock starts. If no message appears then your computer is secure, and no further action is needed. If the message does reappear please follow the steps below.
EndpointLock™ constantly verifies that its kernel driver is secure. Under some conditions, legitimate Windows programs might block this verification. If you type 10 characters and EndpointLock™ cannot verify, it will issue this warning.
The recommended solution is to reboot. If that is not practical, “warm restart” your computer by closing the Internet browser and exiting the “Desktop Protection” (the “Shield” in the notification area [system tray] on the bottom right of your screen). Then go to Start | Programs | EndpointLock™ and restart “Desktop”. If warm restart does not help, try to reboot.
The most common repair is to uninstall EndpointLock™ , reboot, then reinstall EndpointLock, making sure that the installation is free of warnings. Reboot after installation. If the problem continues, please create a support ticket to get help resolving this issue.