SimpleVisor is now also UEFIsor!

Wow, he’s fast:

https://firmwaresecurity.com/2016/08/31/alex-working-on-uefisor-simplevisor-for-uefi/

Not a new UEFIor project, like I was for some reason expecting, but the same project as the existing SimpleVisor.

https://github.com/ionescu007/SimpleVisor

http://ionescu007.github.io/SimpleVisor/

https://github.com/ionescu007/SimpleVisor/commit/98af3a870a27d66e820379056ea09153ef823332

 

 

Alex’s SimpleVisor now supports EPT and VPID

Re: Alex’s Intel x64 Windows-based hypervisor:

https://firmwaresecurity.com/2016/03/17/simplevisor-new-hypervisor-for-intel-x64-windows/

it now supports more features:

https://github.com/ionescu007/SimpleVisor/commit/fd1d7e043a24fd4afd72dc5f040d04475f9e5acd

https://github.com/ionescu007/SimpleVisor

I hope he targets UefiVisor next. I am guessing that UEFI will get more interesting as an OS — and not just a bootloader — once someone ports a VM to a UEFI app.

SimpleVisor: new hypervisor for Intel x64 Windows

Alex Ionescu has released a new hypervisor for Windows:

SimpleVisor is a simple, Intel x64 Windows-specific hypervisor with two specific goals: using the least amount of assembly code (10 lines), and having the smallest amount of VMX-related code to support dynamic hyperjacking and unhyperjacking (that is, virtualizing the host state from within the host).

http://ionescu007.github.io/SimpleVisor/