Post-Quantum cryptography refers to cryptographic algorithms that are secure both classically and against attacks using quantum computers, when they arrive. Governments and high-tech companies are spending large sums of money building these quantum computers with some success from companies like Google, IBM, and others. The large-scale quantum computers needed to break internet encryption are not available today, but that day is fast approaching.

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