Re: [Cfrg] QKD is pointless

"Hilarie Orman" <ho@alum.mit.edu> Fri, 10 January 2014 02:17 UTC

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QKD married to Internet encryption protocols has been demonstrated, and
the physics is in flux (PI).  You may well see regional, multihop QKD
networks in the near future, as well as satellite communication secured
with it.  It seems a valid topic for the CFRG.

Hilarie