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In just a moment we are going to cogitate and ruminate over the question of how to secure our RISC-V-based systems, but first…

Deep in the mists of time in that awesome decade we used to call the 1970s, although I was in my teens and many exciting things were occurring to capture my attention, I still remember my excitement when 8-bit microprocessors began to arrive on the scene. This started in November 1972 with the Intel 8008, which was essentially an 8-bit version of the 4-bit 4004. Containing approximately 3,300 transistors, the 8008 was the first microprocessor to be supported by a high-level language compiler called PL/M.

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