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PulseDbg builds

PulseDbg Host - hypervisor-based debugging host (168 KB)
SHA256: 8128a8e6c3f2fad40f103744ffee1533a5d64d020b23f65f584ad827dab05b12

PulseConfig.exe - debugger host configuration utility (176 KB)
SHA256: fb307166b313b635cf2096e316a08d073b1cf38cc2b747eb3d2be422edb796f5

PulseClient32.exe - 32 bit debugging client (4 MB)
SHA256: b2c5af84a457bd2825eb95c59c809c39eb3fcc12d12fa19d648b3aec72f41eda

PulseClient64.exe - 64 bit debugging client (4 MB)
SHA256: 67250fb749ff001a8167c0022c2f7018da71b2f0753d36e7e651244bb3ae6d80 - SDK for custom debugging clients (47 KB)
SHA256: d8676d75fa24c3b3006af4a9dcd263a20ed1a9b59951fbdc153d4a9b6a938e14

Some info on usage
What is this thing?
Setting everything up
Serial port issues
Using with VmWare
Using FireWire on Windows
Using USB 2.0 Debug Port
Help on USB 3.0 debugging
Local debugging
Overriding the default boot entry
SDK documentation

Useful stuff
VMX capabilities table (1.7 MB)
Hypervisor code quality control

Test DwarfInfo build
Test PulseClient64 build
Test PulseClient GUI build