Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 3 May 2019.
Was Grayling an advisor?
1. claim unhackable project
2. free press and promotion
tl;dr shuffle the ASLR every 50ms (but in hardware than software, whoooooooo). That means that - for e.g. a single core at 5GHz - you need to execute an attack within 250 million cycles. Difficulty increased, but far from 'hack proof'.
On the other hand, adding a mechanism that touches all your important memory addresses at a fixed interval certainly smells like a nice freshly installed side channel all of its own...
Unleash the full brunt of a couple Nvidia T4 on it
"Researchers unveil unhackable Morpheus processor"
Two minutes later:
"Researchers ask hackers to return control of the Morpheus box"
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