A small proof-of-concept for using disk devices for DMA on Windows.
Some native hypervisors (i.e. Hyper-V) allow the guest unvirtualized device access, which means SLAT can be circumvented.
Modifying Hyper-V at runtime (baremetal - 2004).
If kernel debugging is enabled, then the demo will bugcheck due to
MiShowBadMapper. You can fix this by changing the first byte the function references to
Your HBA may not support 64-bit addressing and thus cannot access higher physical memory.
This PoC also only supports ATA.