Posts tagged with: hacking

Suit Filed in D.C. Court Seeks Transparency Into U.S. NIST’s Post-Quantum Computing Algorithm Effort

Civil-rights firm Loevy & Loevy has now filed suit on [D. J. Bernstein's] behalf in federal court, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, to force NIST...

First Rainbow, Now SIKE?  No Qubits Needed to Crack Another NIST PQC Algo

[E]ncryption algorithm that was supposed to stand up to attacks from the future's most powerful computers was recently laid low by a much simpler machine....

Should the U.S. Government Run a Public Contest to Discover Weaknesses in Post-Quantum Computing Algorithms? 

The more people try to attack the new PQC algorithms and fail, the more likely it is that they are secure....

How Quantum-Safe Cryptography [Might] Ensure a Secure Computing Future

Quantum-safe cryptography is reckoned to replace modern encryption and safeguard future sensitive data from quantum hacking....

Good Cybersecurity Practices; Quantum Computing Still Looms

Good Cybersecurity Practices; Quantum Computing Still Looms Cybersecurity’s weakest link is the human.  Below are two reminders to maintaining some basic cybersecurity.  The original article has more advice; worth the...

Encrypted Data is Secure Today. But Will it be Crackable with Quantum Computers?

Encrypted Data is Secure Today.  But Will it be Crackable with Quantum Computers?  Not all encryption will be readily crackable with quantum computers.  “Symmetric encryption can be decrypted using the...