The basic idea/thesis of this article (and the previous, unfinished draft) is this: hypervisors are getting more and more common, and are growing in deployment in everything from datacenter systems to embedded consumer electronics. But, as their deployment increases, more and more security concerns come into play, including a variety of attack methods and the dire consequences of a compromised hypervisor.
If you know what a hypervisor is, then skip this paragraph: A hypervisor is basically a very minimalist operating system designed with the purpose of abstracting real, physical computer hardware from one or more virtual machines running

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