Some articles on privileged, functions, privileged functions:
... Simulating "privileged" functions on behalf of the "guest" operating systems ... Privileged" functions are those which enable programs to take over all or at least large parts of the computer, and usually operating systems immediately terminate any other ... systems think they are entitled to use these functions, so the hypervisor detects their attempts to do so and runs the privileged functions on their behalf, using virtual memory ...
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