A new method of quantum cryptography makes it possible to encode a photon with many different values (Image credit: NASA/Sonoma State University/Aurore Simonnet)
Quantum cryptography has been around since the 1980's but up until now only very small packets of information have been able to be encrypted at one time. Now a breakthrough that identifies the angle and rotation of photon particles is taking this technology to the next level.
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