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 #28580  by marjan28
 Sun May 29, 2016 3:12 pm

I am looking for ways to hack windows kernel and gain real time or close to real time performance. My opinion is that real time malicious virtualization can be potentially good starting point.
Viruses that might serve in this direction are SubVirt, BluePill etc. Windows scheduler is the main problem to achieve this so that is why i am thinking that malicious virtualization can overtake/remove windows scheduler and use it's own from hypervisor malicious layer. Trick in my opinion is to modify Guest OS (windows scheduler). You may take a look at the paper.

I will be glad to hear any other ideas on this topic and potential hacks to achieve this.

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