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Fudzilla Article: Boffins Claim To Have Invented Unhackable Chip

By May 6, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

University of Michigan boffins have developed what they claim is an ‘unhackable’ self-encrypting processor based on the RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA).
According to Bit-Tech, researchers at the University of Michigan have opted to concentrate on security on the open RISC-V and create an ‘unhackable’ processor.
The build something called Morpheus which sees code and data internally encrypted and shuffled 20 times a second which is ‘infinitely faster than a human hacker can work.
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