@firstname.lastname@example.org @theruran I especially mention this because RISC-V is only an instruction set spec. Individual implementations, such as Rocket, BOOM, or my own KCP53000 will have varying degrees of susceptability to things like Spectre, et. al.
My core is built like a 6502, so it has no cache, pipelines, nor out of order execution to speculate with; it's very resistant to exploits. BOOM has all of these features *and* is superscalar; it'll be exploitable with enough effort.
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