Quantum Cryptography

Quantum cryptography is a far more powerful and impenetrable encryption method. Quantum cryptography has the potential to affect the relation of codebreakers and codemakers. Using quantum mechanical principles and methods for encoding and decoding of information, could alter the way cybercrimes are committed, as well as the way in which we defend against them, in quantum cryptography. Quantum computing endangers to exacerbate our current information security problems by compromising current encryption methods.

With more powerful computing methods becoming more widely available, security methods must be developed that are equally as powerful. The traditional cryptography differs entirely with quantum cryptography in their fundamental means of encoding the data. Quantum cryptography has become increasingly complex but applicable to many modern world products. The use of cryptography can be found in a wider use of products including bank cards, digital passwords, ultra-secure voting and power grids.

  • Quantum cloning
  • Laser sources of quantum cryptography
  • Algorithms
  • Security reductions
  • Quantum Tokens for Digital Signatures
  • Drone-based Quantum Key Distribution
  • Post quantum cryptography
  • Single photo detectors
  • Quantum Commitment
  • Quantum coin flipping
  • Quantum cyber security
  • Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution with Single-photon Sources

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