In today’s age of information, many of our most precious assets—finances, medical records and, to a large extent, identity—are protected by complex cryptography “keys”. Current (or classical) cybersecurity is reliable because the encryption key used for an online transmission is based on mathematical problems that are extremely difficult to solve, even for the most powerful computers. Current cryptography protocols, such as RSA and elliptic curve cryptography (ECC), are based on the difficulty of factoring large integers or finding discrete logarithms.
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