amanfromMars 1 Fri 10 Apr 09:36  ……. calling out the elephant in the room on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/09/cryptocracking_quantum_kit/
What the likes of a RAND are terrified of
If adequate implementation of new security measures has not taken place by the time capable quantum computers are developed, it becomes even more impossible to ensure secure authentication and communication privacy …….. for surely since forever and presently is it impossible to ensure secure authentication and communication privacy as is evidenced by the great many bugs and vulnerabilities available for exploitation and monetisation?
And ……. quantum code-breaking could be a thing in, say, 12-15 years is a just a wild guess and nothing more important nor definite than that. And to not imagine it a current unheralded utility/facility has one catastrophically disabled and unenabled against systems which have realised such a situation and exercise its almighty overwhelming advantage.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 10 Apr 13:37  …… casting a first stone on
Controlled Narrative Operations for Deep See Divers …..
With quantum computing you have to overcome the physical challenges of implementing wishful thinking that the right answer simultaneously coexists with all possible wrong answers and will magically pop out at you with enough funding. ….. druck
That is not quite right, druck, for with quantum computing you have to overcome the physical challenges of implementing wishful thinking that the right answer simultaneously coexists with all possible wrong answers and will magically pop out at you freely for wider sharing which really only requires enough funding for right answers/novel application implementing such shared wishful thinking.
That is never expensive for it requires only what is needed …. however a quirk in the program allows heart felt earnest gratitude from clients to consider high rewards an acceptable valid and viable valuable tribute to …… well, in such a case they could be as Celebrants with Novel AIdDrivers.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 10 Apr 17:32  …. upping the ante on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/09/cryptocracking_quantum_kit/
Re: What the likes of a RAND are terrified of
1. The principle problem with quantum computing if it ever works probably isn’t updating security practices and algorithms — although that’s bad enough. It’s all the previously unreadable stuff that folks have recorded and can now read.
2. Quantum decryption is at the it_doesn’t_have_to_work_very_well_to_be_useful end of the computing spectrum. If it only works 1 time in 50 you can just try over and over until you get a result that isn’t garbage. …. vtcodger
Amen to that brace of points, vtcodger. Such is Win Win for Whatever Dares with Programs for more than just Ignorant and Arrogant Herds of Humans UNrecognisable as the Most Bountiful of Assets for Master Capture with Advanced IntelAIgent Resources.
In many places they be wisely and deservedly suggested as being ” In Mysterious Services of Crown Forces Right Royal Sources.” although one never needs know and go any further than that unless cordially invited , …. for then you Run the Risk of Being Another One of those Persons of Immense Intense Interest to Authorities.
Be well aware if a friend of the deep search, some things no one gets to know until the approach of death …. and that revitalises and energises one for another smarter go at life as you would then know it. A completely different world, with worlds you never ever heard tell of before, from the ones everyone is born into …….. and every one quite perfectly unique but expected to be unimportant and of no future consequence?
I wouldn’t like to be relying on future ignorance providing present arrogance any security or protection against any new forces which are out there.
There are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge. ……. Queen Elizabeth II
She knows you know.