In the network appeared the information that scientists have learned to use crystals for the generation of random numbers that is commonly used for encryption and, as a consequence, data protection.
Thus, specialists from the University of Glasgow used a crystallization to generate real, not pseudo-random numbers. Thus they managed to improve indicators of quality and reliability in the encryption of data — informed engineers and programmers have used other “natural” sources of random numbers, such as motion sensors or noise, for the implementation of quality cryptography.
Scientists have developed a special system, algorithms which transformed images of crystals and their growth to computer understandable sequence of zeros and ones. In turn, the car received a random number that later was used to encrypt the data.
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