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Group discovers hack-proof code that could change cybersecurity

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. U.S. research group DARPA recently tested the code on the flight computers of an autonomous helicopter. It gave a team of hackers six weeks, and they still couldn't break in.
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