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Breathe Easy Bitcoiners, Quantum Computing No Match For Sha-2 Quantum | Hacked - 0 views

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    "Some people assume that once quantum computing comes along modern quantum technologies will be outpowered. But experts are starting to posit that hash functions and asymmetric quantum could defend not only against modern computers, but also against quantum attackers from the future."
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Quantum Computers Are Coming. The World Might Not Be Ready. - Bloomberg View - 0 views

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    "As dire as that sounds, panic isn't in order just yet. Researchers are already working on "quantum-resistant" quantum. Some companies claim to have made significant progress in the field. Google, among others, is working on a new form of quantum for its browser that might rebuff a quantum algorithm."
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​Chrome: Stop future computers from cracking current encryption - CNET - 0 views

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    "Google released a beta test version of its Chrome browser that attempts to keep your data secure even if today's uncrackable encryption becomes tomorrow's code-breaking cakewalk. The Chrome 54 beta gets the ability to encipher data sent to and from websites with a technology called CECPQ1. It "protects against future attacks using large encryption computers," Google said in a blog post Thursday."
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Quantum computing: Game changer or Quantum threat? - BBC News - 0 views

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    "Quantum computing may offer potential benefits to the financial services industry, but it also poses risks. Banks rely on Quantum to keep their transactions and customer data secure. This involves scrambling and unscrambling data using keys made of very large numbers - tens, if not hundreds, of digits long."
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China launches quantum satellite for 'hack-proof' communications | World news | The Guardian - 0 views

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    ""The satellite's two-year mission will be to develop 'hack-proof' quantum communications, allowing users to send messages securely and at speeds faster than light," Xinhua reported."
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NSA Building Computer to Break 'Nearly Every Kind of Encryption' [REPORT] - 0 views

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    "The agency has invested nearly $80 million to build a computer that could break "nearly every kind of encryption," according to a Washington Post report published online Thursday. Based on documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the Post reports the NSA is racing to build a "cryptologically useful encryption computer" research program called "Penetrating Hard Targets.""
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