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What new technology promises unbreakable encryption?

Answer: quantum network keys

by News Staff / October 18, 2013
Communications fiber optics Lucidio Studio

A new kind of network encryption uses some properties of quantum physics to make it nearly impossible for an outsider to steal data without the network administrator becoming aware.