All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘codes’

Quantum Cryptography Foils Hackers

A research team led by University of Toronto Professor Hoi-Kwong Lo has found a new quantum encryption method to foil even the most sophisticated hackers. The discovery is outlined in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters. Quantum cryptography is, in principle, a foolproof way to prevent hacking. It ensures that any attempt by an eavesdropper to read encoded communication …

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“Can You Crack It” Recruits British Spies With Codebreaking Game

Want to work for one of the arms of the UK’s intelligence services? Are you adept at cracking codes? Well, free up a chunk of your day – there’s a puzzle that requires your expertise. GCHQ, the intelligence agency that works alongside MI5 and MI6 to protect the UK’s security interests, is looking to recruit new intelligence agents in a …

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