Institute of Theoretical Informatics

Post-Quantum Cryptography

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The research area of post-quantum cryptography is looking for secure cryptographic methods under the assumption that in the future a quantum computer will be able to break the current methods. Post-quantum cryptography (PQC) refers primarily to cryptographic procedures that are resistant to quantum computers. This is not only about the secure use of these methods, but also about the transition in protocols from current cryptography to post-quantum cryptography. The NIST ...

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