What's the point of secure software if you can't trust your CPU?

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What's the point of secure software if you can't trust your CPU?

Modern chip designs make it increasingly difficult for developers to be sure that systems are not compromised, says security expert Joanna Rutkowska

What's the point of developing secure software when the infrastructure it runs on cannot be trusted? That's the question posed by Joanna Rutkowska, security researcher and head of the Invisible Things...

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