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2008-10-10 - 11:02:00 - by AlisonW - Topic: Tech: Encryption | Security |
BBC News

"As we saw in the demonstration, when an intruder did try to listen in on the quantum exchange, photons became scrambled, and a rise in the error rate at the node detectors signalled the attack. The system automatically shut down without being compromised."
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