What is Post Quantum Encryption

Post-quantum encryption refers to cryptographic algorithms that are designed to be secure against attacks from quantum computers.

Can PQC break an Encryption

Quantum computers have the potential to break many of the widely used cryptographic algorithms that are in use today, such as RSA and elliptic curve cryptography (ECC), by exploiting their computational power and ability to solve certain mathematical problems more efficiently.

Can you use Post Quantum Encryption against Cyber attacks

 PQC have cryptographic algorithms that can resist attacks from both classical and quantum computers. These algorithms are based on mathematical problems that are believed to be hard to solve 

There are several families of post-quantum encryption algorithms currently under investigation and development.

Some examples include:


Lattice-based cryptography

These algorithms are based on the hardness of certain lattice problems. They include schemes like NTRUEncrypt, NewHope, and LAC.

Code-based cryptography

These algorithms rely on the difficulty of decoding error-correcting codes. The McEliece cryptosystem is a well-known example in this category.

Multivariate cryptography

hese schemes are built on the difficulty of solving systems of multivariate equations. Examples include the Hidden Field Equations (HFE) and Unbalanced Oil and Vinegar (UOV) schemes.

Hash-based cryptography

These algorithms are based on hash functions and digital signatures, such as the Merkle signature scheme and the Lamport signature scheme

Isogeny-based cryptography

his type of encryption relies on the hardness of certain problems related to isogenies between elliptic curves. The most well-known example is the Supersingular Isogeny Diffie-Hellman (SIDH) key exchange.

PQC status

It's important to note that post-quantum encryption is still an active area of research, and no standard has been universally adopted yet. However, multiple candidates are being evaluated by organizations such as NIST

Post-Quantum Molecular Encryption

Post-quantum molecular encryption refers to the concept of using molecules or molecular-level phenomena to develop encryption methods that are resistant to attacks by quantum computers

What is post quantum molecular encryption

Molecular-Level Encryption: Molecular-level encryption, also known as molecular cryptography, is a theoretical concept that involves using molecules or chemical structures to perform encryption and decryption operations. It envisions using the properties and interactions of molecules to create cryptographic primitives and systems.

8(to)7 is developing and :

Exploring the use of molecular-level properties and interactions to perform encryption operations. This could involve leveraging the complexity and computational difficulty inherent in molecular structures and behaviors to create encryption algorithms that are resistant to quantum computing attacks.

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