Manipulating faults through adjusting the processor voltage. Dude. I'm not sure how you design a processor that isn't susceptible to that type of attack.
It seems for secure computing we need to start applying the "onion" concept to hardware, ensuring that features are carried out on physically separate chips. — https://arstechnica.com/?p=1631159
@ted traditionally you only allow the village change by some separate privileged thing - in this case you can do it from a normal OS. Security processors tend to have separate detection for power issues.
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