I’d like to start off by saying that this new version of EMET is a Tech Preview – it’s not necessarily ready for release, I can’t guarantee stability.
Step 1: Download EMET 3.5 Tech Preview
To install the Tech Preview you must first remove any previous EMET installations. After you do that you can grab the Tech Preview (3.5) here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30424
Run the installer and open up EMET.
Step 2: Configuring System Settings
You should see something similar (but not exactly the same) to this picture.
Go ahead and hit “System Settings” and you should see something similar to this:
My recommended settings:
DEP: Opt Out
SEHOP: Opt Out (Vista users can choose Always On)
ASLR: Opt On
For a significantly more secure (but potentially less stable) system you can use these settings:
DEP: Always On
SEHOP: Opt Out (Or Always On for Vista Users)
ASLR: Always On
To learn how to enable ASLR Always On click here.
Step 5: Import all.XML
Click the “Configure Apps” button (at the bottom of the EMET User Interface) and you’ll see this page (but without all of these items in it):
Go to File -> Import -> Navigate to all.XML (in your EMET folder) -> Open.
EMET should import all of the settings for the typical ALL.XML but there won’t be any active ROP mitigation techniques, so make sure you enable them manually.
Restart your system for the full effect.