Questions tagged [post-quantum]

aka "quantum resistant"; refers to cryptography running on a classical computer which is resistant to quantum attacks. For algorithms running on a quantum computer, see [quantum-computing].

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What kinds of encryption are _not_ breakable via Quantum Computers?

There's the recent article NSA seeks to build quantum computer that could crack most types of encryption. Now I'm not surprised by the NSA trying anything1, but what slightly baffles me is the word "...
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How safe is this “Multidimensional-Encryption method” (includes xAES, familiar from Unseen.is)?

I would like to ask about this encryption method that I found: USPTO patent and it is related to this question here: A service that claims beyond army level encryption and Unseen.is encryption claims ...
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Is there readily available encryption algorithms for current computers, that is safe from quantum computers?

Is there readily available encryption algorithms for current computers, that is safe from quantum computers? I know a bunch of currently popular encryption algorithms that are safe from current ...
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NTRUEncrypt in TLS and GPG encryption

Commonly used cryptosystems like RSA or ECC, on the other hand, will be broken if and when quantum computers become available. - https://tbuktu.github.io/ntru/ How can we introduce NTRU in GPG and ...