[tor-talk] Will Quantum computing be the end of Tor and all Privacy?
flipchan at riseup.net
Mon Nov 28 16:44:15 UTC 2016
I dont think so, quantum 4times at fast so we just need to generate 4times as strong keys the entropy will just be bigger, But as Long as we are not useing like 56 bit des keys its okey
hikki at Safe-mail.net skrev: (27 november 2016 18:54:05 CET)
>Will Quantum computing be the end of Tor and all Privacy?
>It's just a matter of time before quantum computers become a reality.
>who will have the privilege of owning these beasts? Well, first and
>the governments! And considering the insane power of these quantum
>computers, even strong encryption, by today's standard on regular
>will be effortlessly broken within reasonable time.
>So, where does this put Tor, encryption and general privacy? Shouldn't
>start preparing ourselves for the inevitable privacy apocalypse?
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