PRACTICALLY EVERY WORD we use to describe a computer is a metaphor. “File,” “window,” even “memory” all stand in for collections of ones and zeros that are themselves representations of an impossibly complex maze of wires, transistors and the electrons moving through them. But when hackers go beyond those abstractions of computer systems and attack their actual underlying physics, the metaphors break …
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
An emerging form of hacking techniques targets the fundamental physical properties of #computation.
Source:: Strategy & Governance