It is currently possible to suppress attributes in driver traces using the is-sensitive function. However implementing this in drivers is quite tedious. You would have to manually implement it in all drivers who either listen or modify these attributes, and if a new sensitive attribute is taken into use, you would have to go through every single driver again, to implement it.

It would be great to have a function on drivers, maybe even on the driverset, to suppress specific attributes, so that they are not shown in any driver traces.

In the name of GDPR this would be a great functionality to have.



  • I agree with Jacob.

  • I totally agree!