How Quantum Physics can protect you against email hacks?

by [Published on 28 July 2016 / Last Updated on 1 Aug. 2016]

Using the entanglement phenomenon in encryption

According to this article in Forbes, entanglement can generate identical random numbers at widely separated locations, in a way that prevents anyone else from listening in. Better yet, we can tell if someone is trying to get a copy of our random code key. This is done using a black box that sends particles out in either direction.

Fascinated or confused? If the former, read more about it here:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/chadorzel/2016/07/27/how-quantum-physics-could-protect-you-against-embarrassing-email-hacks/?ss=Security#4e58f1cd5954

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The Author — Debra Shinder

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DEBRA LITTLEJOHN SHINDER, MCSE, MVP (Security) is a technology consultant, trainer and writer who has authored a number of books on computer operating systems, networking, and security.