Morpheus chip foils attacks from 500 cybersecurity experts

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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 orga...

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