How does Qrypt’s Quantum Key Generation technology ensure long-term data security?

Qrypt’s Quantum Key Generation technology commences with true quantum random numbers, provided by Qrypt Quantum Entropy servers, to create symmetric encryption keys or one-time pads. Instead of transmitting the keys, a recipe, which includes server and key generation parameters, is created and shared with recipients. This recipe can be sent over any channel that can maintain data security for a minimum of an hour, assuming that an attacker cannot intercept and decrypt the recipe within that timeframe before random number pools are shredded. By generating keys without transmission, long-term security is achieved. Even if future techniques can break encryption in less than an hour, previously transmitted data is not at risk since keys were not transmitted or harvested, ensuring long-term privacy and security.


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