A p-version finite element method for nonlinear elliptic by Krebs A., Stephan E.P.
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Provided that an eavesdropper, Eve, has no information about the key, she cannot decipher the encoded message. To her it will look like a random string of bits; she needs the key to crack the encoding. The security of the message thus reduces to the security of the key. Herein lies a problem, though, because if Alice and Bob share the key as ordinary classical information they cannot be sure that nobody else has shared their supposedly secret key. In principle, Eve can read a classical key without leaving any evidence at all of her snooping.
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