Could Scientists Develop Unhackable Computers? - Part 1

Sunday, January 22, 2023

We may be hearing, watching or reading about hacking or data stolen by hackers almost every day.



Fig 01- Laptop computer, just for illustration.


As you know, the bad things that hackers not only access to our computer to steal whatever inside our computer, but they could also control our computer networks and then prevent us to access our own computer systems.


Strangely, the hackers have specific targets, and changed over the years. Just recent weeks, hackers targeted public infrastructures.


The reasons that infrastructure companies to be targeted it is because hackers have political and even security motivated.



Fig 02- The watch on the street, illustration


In addition, infrastructures are easy target because they have outdated computer systems.



Fig 03- Coneflower, illustration


Moreover, the most sectors to be targeted in recent years are following:

- Banking and financial institutions

- Healthcare organizations

- IT and Telecom

- Government and Military

- Retails

- Education and research institutes



Fig 04- Computers sold in Walmart, illustration


The legitimate question then, Could Scientists Develop Unhackable Computers in the coming future?


# To be continued to Part 2


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19 comments:

  1. My friends from cyber security sector says there is no unbreakable systems

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  2. Hello,
    I wish, but the Hackers seem to always find a way. Have a great new week!

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  3. ...tis sure is a complex subject.

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  4. Great post, Tanza! Unfortunately, hackers also targeted public administration in developed countries!
    Have a nice week :-)

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  6. I wish they could but I doubt it! I'll keep hoping!

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