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Quantum Computing will not be able to crack Encryption Keys until the 2030s

Quantum Computing will not be able to crack Encryption Keys until the 2030s

In September, Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft is working on a quantum computer (QC) architecture. Since then, Intel also has announced it is working on a QC architecture. Microsoft and Intel join Alibaba, Google, IBM, Tencent and a host of academic and national research labs (including China, the European Commission, Russia and the US) in a quest to build working QC hardware and software that can solve real-world problems. What is quantum computing and why will it make a difference?…

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Researchers develop quantum-computing safe crypto

Researchers develop quantum-computing safe crypto

Practical implementation of secure key exchange for TLS. A team of researchers claim to have developed secure, quantum computing-proof encryption that can be practically implemented today. The paper, Post-quantum key exchange for the TLS protocol from the ring learning with errors problem [pdf] is written by Joppe Bos from NXP Semiconductors in Belgium, Craig Costello and Michael Naehrig at Microsoft Research, and mathematician Douglas Stebila from Queensland University of Technology. Quantum computers have long been thought to be able to…

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