By physically heating a chip and causing random bit-flipping, a Princeton University student managed to get his attack code to run 70% of the time. Apparently, this would be a legitimate assault against smartcards and other “untamperable” computing apparati.
In response to this post, Matthew Adams wrote: I think we should look at the problem the other way around. OO was a great paradigm for in-process, in-memory software development, but it really doesn’t map well to an enterprise (viz orchestrated, out-of-process, distributed) application….I think we should be looking at a transition to new implementation tools. […]