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How Do You Make An Unbreakable Code? Try Using Quantum Physics
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A one-way function is easy to compute one way, but difficult to reverse. 01:33
Experts think that with the advent of quantum computing, codes that currently take computers hundreds of years to crack could be solved within minutes. 03:46
Mathematicians have proven that if you make a truly random numerical key, you can make an unbreakable code called a one-time pad. 05:57