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Wccftech Article: University Of Michigan May Have Developed First Unhackable Processor

By May 9, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

The University of Michigan claims to have developed a completely unhackable processor, allowing data to be shuffled and encrypted faster than any hacking tools or programs, and much faster than a human could possibly decipher.
The University of Michigan has developed a type of encryption accelerator know as Morpheus. Morpheus is a type of RISC-V processor designed with security as the highest priority.
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