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In the recent years, virtual machine introspection (VMI) has become a valuable technique for developing security applications for virtualized environments. With the increasing popularity of the ARM architecture, and the recent addition of hardware virtualization extensions, there is a growing need for porting existing VMI tools. Porting these applications requires proper hypervisor support, which we have been implementing for the upcoming release of the Xen hypervisor.