This Hack-Proof Code Could Change The Cybersecurity Game
A microkernel — or the barest bones of an operating system — is designed so it can't be attacked from the outside.By Evan Thomas | October 5, 2016
These days, more and more devices run computer code, which means more and more of them can be hacked. But national researchers in Australia are developing code that can't be broken into — which could make just about anything more secure.
The code is known as a microkernel — the barest possible bones of an operating system. The less there is to try to hack into, the easier it is to protect.