martin f krafft wrote: So MagiQ and others claim that the technology is theoretically unbreakable. How so? If I have 20 bytes of data to send, and someone reads the photon stream before the recipient, that someone will have access to the 20 bytes before the recipient can look at the 20
Words by Carsten Kuckuk [Tue, Sep 09, 2003 at 08:29:57PM +0200]: The September/October 2003 edition of the German magazine Objektspektrum contains an article about the development of an ATM system to be used in Switzerland. (Alexander Rietsch: Die Neuentwicklung des Raiffeisen-Bankomaten,
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On Mon, Sep 15, 2003 at 12:57:55PM -0400, Wei Dai wrote: I think I may have found such a written guidance myself. It's guidance G.5, dated 8/6/2003, in the latest Implementation Guidance for FIPS 140-2 on NIST's web site: http://csrc.nist.gov/cryptval/140-1/FIPS1402IG.pdf. This section
Apparently the only thing selling is crypto and security... Cheers, RAH --- http://publishersweekly.reviewsnews.com/index.asp?layout=articlePrintarticleID=CA322983 Return to Main Page Publishers Weekly Booksellers Fight Tech Slump by James A. Martin -- 9/15/2003 With a few
http://www.electronicsnews.com.au/articles/a6/0c0196a6.asp Electronics News September 16, 2003 'Unhackable' data will go far By Andrew Woolls-King Long distance secure data transmission has moved a step closer with the transmission of quantum-encoded data over a distance of 100 km.