[…]What I discovered completely changed my understanding of 64-bit Long Mode semantics and challenged many assumptions I was making – pinging a few other experts, it seems they were as equally surprised as I was (even Mateusz”j00ru” Jurczyk wasn’t aware!). Throughout this blog post, you’ll see how x64 processors, even when operating in 64-bit long mode[…]
SimpleSvm is a minimalistic educational hypervisor for Windows on AMD processors. It aims to provide small and explanational code to use Secure Virtual Machine (SVM), the AMD version of Intel VT-x, with Nested Page Tables (NPT) from a windows driver. SimpleSvm is inspired by SimpleVisor, an Intel x64/EM64T VT-x specific hypervisor for Windows, written by Alex Ionescu.
Wow, this book has gone a long way from “Inside Windows NT” by Helen Custer, the original author:
(WordPress renders the MSDN blog URL strangely, if you can’t click on that, click on the URL in Alex’s twtter.)
Wow, he’s fast:
Not a new UEFIor project, like I was for some reason expecting, but the same project as the existing SimpleVisor.
He also mentions the project here: