Um, no.

These guys didn't crack RSA (which, by the way, does not suck) at all,
they cracked OpenSSL, by exploiting the specific way it uses RSA, and
to do it they needed physical access to the machine that had the
private key they were trying to steal. This is not particularly
interesting or exciting at a practical level, since it would be much
easier to steal the hard drive with the key on it or beat up the
sysadmin than to rewire the power supply of the server's CPU.