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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
One-time programs are modelled after a black box that allows a single evaluation of a function, and then self-destructs. Because software can, in principle, be copied, general one-time programs exists only in the hardware token model: it has been shown that any function admits a one-time program as long as we assume access to physical devices called one-time memories. Quantum information, with its well-known property of no-cloning, would, at first glance, prevent the basic copying attack fordoi:10.1007/978-3-642-40084-1_20 fatcat:b6umgu4yzvdxzbw4xj2kxu2lwi