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Posted on 10-01-08 16:14
does anyone know anything about quantum cryptography?i heard it is supposed to be uncrackable
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Posted on 10-01-08 16:31
I've heard about it, but I don't know that much about it.

And it's true that nothing is unbreakable, although it might be now, but sooner or later it can be done.


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Posted on 10-01-08 16:56
I don't know if there's any code published, but there are articles describing the theory of it.


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Posted on 10-01-08 19:16
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No, I want to try cracking it before I read about it :P


I don't think you have any clue on how hard it is to break algorithems (real ones, not the "look I made a vb.NET encoder").

You need pattern analyzers, mega-computers ("gibsons"), highly advanced mathematics (talk to mozzer about Math, if you don't understand him, you're toast) and much much more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_cryptography

Not only math, but also chemistry/science is needed to "solve" this encryption. Trust me when I say you can't break it.



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