BitVisor: a thin hypervisor for enforcing i/o device security

@inproceedings{Shinagawa2009BitVisorAT,
  title={BitVisor: a thin hypervisor for enforcing i/o device security},
  author={Takahiro Shinagawa and Hideki Eiraku and Kouichi Tanimoto and Kazumasa Omote and Shoichi Hasegawa and Takashi Horie and Manabu Hirano and Kenichi Kourai and Yoshihiro Oyama and Eiji Kawai and Kenji Kono and Shigeru Chiba and Yasushi Shinjo and Kazuhiko Kato},
  booktitle={VEE},
  year={2009}
}
Virtual machine monitors (VMMs), including hypervisors, are a popular platform for implementing various security functionalities. However, traditional VMMs require numerous components for providing virtual hardware devices and for sharing and protecting system resources among virtual machines (VMs), enlarging the code size of and reducing the reliability of the VMMs. This paper introduces a hypervisor architecture, called parapass-through, designed to minimize the code size of hypervisors by… CONTINUE READING

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