by Mike Masnick
Fri, May 15th 2009 9:15am
Tim Lee points us to a somewhat (unintentionally) amusing article claiming that China has somehow developed a security "hardened" microprocessor and operation system that is effectively hackproof. Of course, there's no evidence of this presented whatsoever. And, it's somewhat difficult to believe that such a "security hardened" system could exist -- especially in a case where it's never actually been tested out in the real world against those who have incentive to hack it. So why does the reporter parrot these claims as if they're simple fact?
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