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Symmetric Key Cryptography

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Swiss Scientists Prove Durability of Quantum Network, So what?

So, probably you’ve already heard–most probably not. The Institute of Physics and the New Journal of Physics recently released a paper on the long term performance of the SwissQuantumat CERN on field environment. And since I have taken the ambitious task of making all this technical stuff understandable to the average reader, I decided to try and write in … Continue reading

Symmetric Key Cryptography (Non-Technical)

[Notes: I’m back for the time being. How long? We don’t really know but let’s make the most out of it. So, first on the agenda is the series of non-technical cryptography articles I started almost a year ago. I know this is months past due but then this and that came up then I … Continue reading

Earlier Forms of Cryptography (Non-Technical)

(Notes: Continuing the series of articles on cryptography, here I will discuss the two early cryptographic techniques to better prepare readers for succeeding topics where I plan to cover symmetric key cryptography that will run up to the Russian One-Time Pads and the German Enigma which are the highlights of the second world war.) Spartan … Continue reading

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