Quantum Computers will not break CORA!
What is needed to read the encrypted (CORAfied) data?
- The MUP (encryption key).
- CORA encryption keys (MUPs) vary in size.
- Unlike other forms of encryption in which each key is the same size, CORA is probabilistic and varies just about everything including the length of the keys.
- MUPs are more than 1 million bits long; nothing compares to CORA.
- The MUP is dispersed and only exists as a complete key 'in memory'.
- Connects the CORA blocs with the readable data.
- Centrally controlled.
- The CORA blocs.
- CORA is a distributed solution.
- The number of CORA blocs varies.
- Each CORA bloc is needed without exception and without.
- Each byte in each bloc must be exact; there cannot be any modification what so ever.
make the hack irrelevant