Researchers crack quantum crypto
louie at transsys.com
Fri Sep 3 14:22:45 CDT 2010
Significant infrastructure to support distribution of one-time pads. And wider distribution of high-quality random number generators.
On Sep 3, 2010, at 2:40 PM, Mike O'Dell wrote:
> it is interesting to contemplate what the world would look like
> if it turns out that it is simply impossible to "protect information"
> in the manner implied in Andre's comment. say we woke up one morning
> and discovered that factoring, the discrete logarithm, and similar
> things were not as hard as they are assumed to be at the moment,
> and that differential cryptanalysis could have its way with known
> unclassified algorithms. what would the world look like?
> On 9/2/10 7:10 PM, Andre Kesteloot wrote:
>> Amazing work by those "code crackers"
>> This will affect all of us , specially those who were convinced that
>> quantum cryptography was the final answer to the problem of protecting
>> Andre N4ICK
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> "Of course it's hard!
> If it was easy, we'd just buy it from somebody else!"
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