Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2204.13397

April 29, 2022, 1:20 a.m. | Michael Ampatzis, Theodore Andronikos

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This paper introduces the Symmetric Extensible Quantum Secret Sharing
protocol, which is a novel quantum protocol for secret sharing. At its heart,
it is an entanglement based protocol that relies on the use of maximally
entangled GHZ tuples, evenly distributed among the players, endowing the
spymaster with the ability to securely share a secret message with her agents.
It offers uncompromising security, making virtually impossible for a malicious
eavesdropper or a rogue double agent to disrupt its successful execution. It …

quantum secret sharing

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