We all know AES has some pretty strong side channel attacks, some where (with a couple of hundred know plain- and ciphertext combinations) a key can be derived in a matter of minutes. Others may take a bit longer but they are out there if people have full access to the hardware and control over the algorithm.
Does TDES also have those devastating side channel attacks? I'm delving into the security of both TDES and AES and am a bit biased when it comes to TDES since well.. it's stitched together to give DES a longer life span, and to me that's not proper security. But I cannot find as many (good) attacks against TDES as i can find them for AES.
my question is:
Does TDES have the same vulnerabilities as AES, especially when it comes to side channel attacks?
I do realize there are more attacks and papers published for AES since AES is more of a popular topic then TDES.