R. A. Hettinga wrote:
>Quantum cryptography finally commercialized?
>Posted by Mirko Zorz - LogError
>Tuesday, 16 September 2003, 1:23 PM CET

For the onlookers, this article is misinformed and should
not be relied upon for evaluating quantum cryptography.

The rest of the article contains statements like the following:

>MagiQ's Navajo creates encryption keys that change up to 1,000 times a
>second to prevent eavesdroppers from deciphering the transmitted data
>packets.  [...]  While AES is very secure, the combination of AES and
>Navajo is theoretically absolutely secure: unbreakable.

The "unbreakable" claim is unfounded.

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