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quantum cryptography enables that secret-key cryptosystems, as the Vernam one-time pad scheme, work. Code-based cryptography - Implementation of code-based cryptography, Developing attacks against it. I Credit cards, EC-cards, access codes for banks. Demonstrator of post-quantum cryptography Demonstrator of post-quantum cryptography on a smart card chip Infineon’s contactless smart card Setup a secured channel Infineon succeeded to implement New Hope on an Infineon contactless smart card microcontroller › This chip family is used in many high-security applications like passports Shor's quantum numerical field algorithm or Grover's quantum search algorithm promoted the development of Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC), an attempt … Therefore, the notion "quantum key distribution" is more accurate than "quantum cryptography". 0
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