Morpheus chip foils attacks from 500 cybersecurity experts

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Team leader Todd Austin described the chip as "a Rubik's Cube that rearranges itself every time you blink"
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Team leader Todd Austin described the chip as "a Rubik's Cube that rearranges itself every time you blink"

The chip randomises elements of code and data every 50 milliseconds, which researchers say makes it nearly uncrackable

A new processor has beaten off sustained attacks from more than 500 cybersecurity experts, as part of a bug bounty programme. The 'Finding Exploits to Thwart Tampering' (FETT) programme was organised...

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