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  1. Users of the developer-version of Google Chrome (aka Chrome Canary) are able to take part in the testing of a quantum encryption protocol. When users connect to a Google site they will see the key exchange is handled by CECPQ1. This key exchange protocol that is being used is a blend of the New Hope algorithm (which is expected to be quantum safe) and ECDSA with Elliptic Curve 25519 (which provides conventional encryption as a safeguard). The experiment will run for two years and will help with the evaluation of server performance and overheads associated with implementing a Post-Quantum algor
  2. KPN is a Dutch landline and mobile telecommunications company based in The Hague, Netherlands. ID Quantique is a Swiss company that specialises in quantum-safe network encryption, secure quantum key generation and quantum key distribution solutions. KPN and ID Quantique have announced they are now using quantum encryption and have implemented end-to-end quantum key distribution (QKD) in the network between KPN’s data centres in The Hague and Rotterdam.