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Old 08-03-2018, 01:03
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The hypervisor would have to envelop the entire OS to be tight and effective, wouldn't it? Like the famous Blue Pill...
Then, using OS structures, a single process could be singled out for debugging, so the experience is not too slow.

Indeed, with a network connection a timing based anti-debugging technique could be made.

What about, non-timing based techniques?
Could IO MMU and hardware be exploited?
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