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Google Chrome will be quantum hacking-free before it can even attack

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
In line with Google’s commitment in protecting it’s users from any threats, it has started working on post-quantum encryption for its Chrome internet browser’s protection, software engineer Matt Braithwaite wrote about this:

He said; “Quantum computers, while still only in their infancy, use advanced aspects of quantum physics to solve problems exponentially faster than today’s binary computers. That means that modern encryption, like the current internet go-to of HTTPS, wouldn’t stand up to quantum attacks.” Read the full message here:

Google is already testing the new encryption key designed to counteract all quantum threats and when done, Google Chrome users should have nothing to be afraid of anymore. Perhaps using Google Chrome’s new updated version every time should be useful in making sure that hackers are blocked at all times.


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