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In the context of classical information, every message is composed of 0s and 1s; these messages can generally be copied at will. However, when quantum phenomena are used to model information, this guarantee no longer exists. This difference gives rise to a range of cryptographic possibilities when one considers encoding certain messages as quantum information. In our case, we analyze a potential benefit of encoding part of an encryption scheme's ciphertext as quantum information. We call thisdoi:10.20381/ruor-24334 fatcat:wwqos4v44zfini5agxnxiup4pu