The potential of the weaponization of quantum computing by Paul F. Renda


By Paul F. Renda, E-mail: [email protected] Okay, so what is quantum computing? It is the next integration in the evolution of computing science. It’s like comparing a 1970s Casio calculator to a supercomputer used today. You do not have to understand the technology behind quantum computing; you just have to understand its potential. In order to talk about the threat of quantum computing, we should first introduce some other topics. Today, the main encryption standard is called the RSA. This encryption standard was developed by the complexity of the factory prime numbers, which refers to very large prime numbers. The RSA (Rivest Shamir Adleman) algorithm was developed back in 1978 and it covers most, if not all, of the commerce in the world. In 1985, a British physicist named David Deutsch first proposed a quantum computer machine that operates on the principles of quantum mechanics. In 1994, computer scientist Peter....

October 24, 2017
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