A New Chrome Update Will Help In Preventing Quantum Computer’s Cracking Encryption
Google has just released a new update for their Chrome browser that will help in preventing quantum computers from cracking any kind of encryption.
Now the tech giant is testing a new technology they are calling ‘CECPQ1’. It will be injected into some selected HTTPS sites which will give them stronger protection.
The chief security strategist at Venafi said that whenever the NSA urges the companies to move or get prepared, there is a good chance that something is coming our way.
That’s why big companies like Google are now testing new security protocols to protect home computers and smartphones from emerging threats.
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