Data encryption about to make quantum leap

Thursday, 22 September 2005, 11:55 AM EST

A protection technique is being perfected to counter the faster computers and new tools that threaten to crack today's encryption techniques. And ironically, the threat and the possible answer are related.

Both rely on quantum theory, which deals with the behaviour of very small particles.

By Grant Buckler at The Globe and Mail.

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