Originally Posted by drbaltazar
cant be hacked?hahaha!he hasnt lived in the real world obviously !everything and anything can be corrupted and hacked!EVERYTHING!
Wrong.... The quantum entanglement cannot be hacked as there is no data being "transferred". You would have to sneak in and create a three-way quantum entanglement (which I believe is not possible) before the qubits are moved.
Another approach uses quantum encryption. With this method, the receiver is aware that stream has been compromised once a 3rd party makes an observation. This changes the stream so it will no longer match the public key.
While these techniques using fundamental physics properties cannot be hacked... the send/receiving systems
or users still can be compromised.