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Nelson Urrego, BSc

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Abstract

In this paper some basic concepts about cryptography are described. Some examples of simple cryptosystems are gíven and fmally a protocol based on quantum príncíples that enables to make codíng almost secure agaínst the attack of eavesdroppers is presented.

Keywords

criptografía, criptosistemas, protocolo de encriptación, seguridad criptográficaCryptosystems, cryptosystems, encriptancy protocol, cryptographic security

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How to Cite
Urrego, N. (2003). Seguridad criptográfica y criptografía cuántica. Ingenieria Y Universidad, 7(1), 97–108. Retrieved from https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/iyu/article/view/33958
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