stems from the concept of quantum money, which was proposed by Wiesner in 1969.
The quantum cryptography
explained above offers secure key distribution based on physical laws.
is also well known as quantum key distribution (QKD).
Pivk, Applied Quantum Cryptography
. Lectures Notes in Physics, vol.
China is among a growing number of countries seeking to unlock the science of quantum cryptography
and computing, which many experts believe will one day revolutionize computerized security.
Vaidman, "Quantum cryptography
based on orthogonal states," Physical Review Letters, vol.
In Section 1, we briefly review classical cryptography and quantum cryptography
. Section 2 discusses the quantum shift register and how to generate a matrix code used in the Diffie-Hellman algorithm to match the key between Alice and Bob to be used later in the Hill cipher algorithm  and then generate another matrix code used as a one-time pad (OTP).
However, a theoretical physicist Karl Svozil disagrees that the protocol is entirely secure and said that the protocol required the classical channel to be uncompromised for quantum cryptography
to work adding that the newly proposed protocol is 'breakable' by middlemen attacks.
Polarization properties of quantum light propagation through the turbulent atmosphere are required in the context of implementations of quantum cryptography
for communication channels between earth-based stations and between satellites and earth-based stations.
This nonlocal nature of entanglement has also been identified as an essential resource for many novel tasks such as quantum computation, quantum teleportation , superdense coding , quantum cryptography
[4, 5], and more recently, one-way quantum computation , and quantum metrology .
Summary: London: Researchers have come up with a way of protecting telecoms networks using quantum cryptography
relies on the rules of quantum theory to generate uncrackable codes that encrypt data in a way that reveals if it has been eavesdropped or tampered with.