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Jan. 7, 2022, 4:53 p.m. | /u/Il0veTech

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I know we all know that quantum computers are the next big threat to privacy… but I’ve seen people say PQAs will keep us all safe. I think we’re going to need more than that, and whoever wrote this article defiantly agrees with me… do you?

https://bobscentral.com/the-answer-to-the-quantum-threat-probably-shouldnt-be-pqas-heres-why/

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