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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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I've tried to analyze the patent, and it seems to address the issue of: Often In an example where the key has 256 bytes, the algorithm will iteratively guess keys that have 256 bytes. At some poin …
answered May 14 '18 by Therac