QC resistant algorithms?

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Wed Dec 16 21:17:11 CET 2015

On Wednesday 16 December 2015 13:41:00 Anthony Papillion wrote:
> While I know it's not a big concern at the moment, we are well on the
> way to a future that includes quantum computing. While some in the
> computer science and crypto fields say we won't see a crypto breaking
> quantum computer for another 30+ years, others are putting it closer
> to 10 and even 5-6.
> Regardless of what the actual timeframe is, I'm wondering what work is
> being done in GnuPG to implement QC resistant asymmetric algorithms?
> Perhaps a better question, and I have done very little research into
> this specifically I admit, /are/ there any QC resistant asymmetric
> algorithms to implement or will we need to come up with something
> completely different?


You might want to continue your research at

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