Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2019/1467

Distributed Web Systems Leading to Hardware Oriented Cryptography and Post-Quantum Cryptologic Methodologies

Andrew M. K. Nassief

Abstract: Distributed computational networks allow for effective hardware encryption systems and the rise of Quantum level encryption as well for Qubit based processing. Part of the reason distributed architecture can lead to Qubit level encryption is similar mechanisms applied to cryptographic hashing. In the work presented in this paper, we will look at the decentralized-internet SDK and protocol, grid computing architecture, and mathematical approaches to parallel Qubit-based processing. The utilization for hardware oriented cryptography, modeled around distributed computing, will allow for an even more secure approach to Quantum authentication. The importance of works such as these, are due to the lack of security classical computing has in relation to encryption. Once mathematical formalities surpass NP-hardness, classical encryption mechanisms can be easily surpassed. However, a latent model for increased complexity in post-quantum level encryption likely forbids this trade-off. Given that Quantum Algorithms speed up superpolynomially, than deterministic NP-hardness would likely pose less harm to quantum encryption networks. Furthermore, with Qubit-based parallel processing, complexity models for encryption can harden in difficulty over time.

Category / Keywords: Quantum Computing, Qubits, Distributed Computing, Post-Classical Computing, Cryptography, Quantum Cryptography, Parallel Processing, Grid Computing, Decentralization, Decentralized Computing Networks

Date: received 18 Dec 2019

Contact author: andrew at etherstone org

Available format(s): PDF | BibTeX Citation

Version: 20191223:152134 (All versions of this report)

Short URL: ia.cr/2019/1467


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