Hypervisor Palware... for AI Beta See/C Driver.
Hypervisor malware is, I would agree, easy enough to detect and once detected, easy enough to defeat and erase from a System. And invariably all such malware is just a meal ticket by the backdoor akin to a raid of the fridge in a Playboy mansion...... which many would cite as being a complete and utter waste of Time in an Energising Environment [which spookily enough, the little Blue Pill may rule with some, making a Junkie lord of that which Nature provides for Free. A Lack of Intellectual Drive in Sexual Matters resulting in a Selfish Disposition, further exacerbated by a masking Agent. But hey, if the Real Thing isn't available, who's to blame for wanting a clone of it.]
However, I digress/wander and wonder on a Tangent.:-)
Hypervisor Palware* as a rootkit though, will only be detected whenever it surfaces, having completely infected the System and thus effectively having it, the System, under ITs Proxy Controls.
The System then is vulnerable to the whim of a Takeover although the wiser of Incumbent Administrators will initiate a Makeover realising that Control of the System has been lost.
*Hypervisor Palware is Virtualising Software creating Intelligently Designed Machines to Mentor and Monitor Operating Systems with ITs XTremes in TakeOver and Makeover of Bored Room Play.