1.3.1 Encrypting qubits with the quantum one-time pad

Course subject(s) 01. Quantum tools and a first protocol

Armed with the density matrix formalism, we are finally ready to delve into our first piece of actual quantum cryptography. Concretely, we will be encrypting qubits using a classical key.

What does it mean to encrypt a qubit? And how could we hope to do so? Let’s have a look!

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