28 Oct '13, 3pm

Toyota Case: single bit flip that killed

"We did a few things that NASA apparently did not have time to do," Barr said. For one thing, by looking within the real-time operating system, the experts identified "unprotected critical variables." They obtained and reviewed the source code for the "sub-CPU," and they "uncovered gaps and defects in the throttle fail safes." Further, the team ran simulations in the Green Hills Simulator. "This confirmed tasks can die without the watchdog resetting the processor." His group also independently checked worst-case stack depth. "We found many big mistakes in the Toyota analysis that NASA relied on." The experts demonstrated that "the defects we found were linked to unintended acceleration through vehicle testing," Barr said. "We also obtained and reviewed the source code for the black box and found that it can record false information about the driver's actions in the final s...

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