December 18, 2014

Security researchers are using quantum physics for fraud-proof credit cards

Malwarebytes’s head of malware intelligence, Adam Kujawa, said that while the Database could be hacked and the pairs could be stolen, the keys would not be in a form that could be digitally reproduced and therefore, virtually useless to the attacker.

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