How security holes happen
Mark H. Harris
harrismh777 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 02:53:15 CET 2014
On Thursday, March 6, 2014 6:28:58 PM UTC-6, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> The 6502 was NOT a Motorola chip (they had the 6800). The 6502 was MOS
That's funny... did you not see what I wrote back to MRAB? Here:
The MOS 6502 is to the Motorola 6800 what the Zilog Z80 was to the Intel 8080.
The same engineers who designed the 6800 moved out and then designed
the 6502; actually ended up in a law suit of sorts--- but I don't remember the
details. Anyway, the 6502 was bought outright by Commodore, and the rest
is history with the VIC20.
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