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Existing network cryptography systems are threatened by recent developments in quantum computing. For example, the Shor algorithm, which can be run on a quantum computer, is capable of overriding public key-based network cryptography systems in a short time. Therefore, research on new cryptography systems is actively being conducted. The most powerful cryptography systems are quantum key distribution (QKD) and post quantum cryptograph (PQC) systems; in this study, a network based on both QKDdoi:10.1633/jistap.2022.10.s.12 doaj:c4c98b36f0464196a55cf7ca82ac6b01 fatcat:aecmx3yptjd5zb6aokjqur6vay