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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Public-key cryptography is indispensable for cyber security. However, as a result of Peter Shor shows, the public-key schemes that are being used today will become insecure once quantum computers reach maturity. This paper gives an overview of the alternative public-key schemes that have the capability to resist quantum computer attacks and compares them.doi:10.1007/978-3-662-49301-4_6 fatcat:ylrv42q33fegnidacywmkzmvme