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Re: [tor-talk] Will Quantum computing be the end of Tor and all Privacy?

Seth David Schoen writes:

> Notably, Google has even experimentally deployed a PQ ciphersuite
> in Chrome (that uses elliptic-curve cryptography in parallel with
> Alkim et al.'s "new hope" algorithm).
> https://security.googleblog.com/2016/07/experimenting-with-post-quantum.html

Coincidentally, Adam Langley just announced today that this experiment
is ending (with fairly favorable results):


Well, we don't know how favorable they were against adversarial
cryptanalysis, but they were favorable operationally.  (If you're reading
this and you do happen to know how well CECPQ1 resists adversarial
cryptanalysis, please share!)

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