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eavesdropper could also read the key and then pass the photons to Bob But Alice can also randomly rotate her transmitter to send photons polarized diagonally at plus or minus 45° some of the time When her transmitter isn’t aligned with Bob’s receiver the key transmission becomes ambiguous: For example if Alice sends a photon polarized at 45° and Bob has his detector set to the horizontal-or-vertical orientation then according to the rules of quantum mechanics Bob will register a horizontal click with 50% probability or a vertical click with 50% probability That’s no problem as after the transmission of stream of photons Alice and Bob can tell each other for which photons their devices were aligned and use only those to define the key All this twisting shuts Eve out Eve doesn’t know which orientations Alice and Bob are using and if she guesses wrong she’ll disturb the photons in a detectable way For example suppose for a particular photon both Alice and Bob have their apparatuses set in the horizontal-vertical orientation but Eve has hers set at 45° Then according to quantum mechanics her measurement of the photon will change its state and leave it polarized at plus or minus 45° This will then ruin the perfect agreement that Alice and Bob should see Later when they compare notes they will spot errors and realize that someone has tampered with the transmission However in 2010 an international team of researchers showed that Eve could hack the system by exploiting a weakness in the so-called avalanche photodiodes (APDs) used to detect the individual photons The problem is that APDs react differently to intense pulses of light than they do to single photons so that the energy of the pulse must exceed a threshold to register a hit As a result all Eve has to do is intercept the single photons make her best-guess measurements of their polarizations and send her answers off to Bob as new brighter pulses If she guessed right and measured the photons with her apparatus in the same orientation as Alice and Bob’s then Bob’s apparatus would interpret the bright pulse just like a single photon But if she guessed wrong so that she sent Bob a bright pulse whose polarization was off-kilter relative to the orientation of his apparatus then Bob’s apparatus would actually split it into two dim pulses Neither of these would be strong enough to make Bob’s detectors fire So Bob would never notice the events in which Eve messed up the polarization of the photons And he wouldn’t notice the loss of pulses as a lot of photons never make it from Alice to Bob anyway because of detector inefficiency Last year physicist Hoi-Kwong Lo at the University of Toronto and colleagues claimed to find a way around the problem In the new protocol Alice and Bob would begin the creation of a quantum key by sending randomly polarized signals to Charlie a third party Charlie would measure the signals to determine not their actual polarization but only whether the polarizations were at right angles For instance if Alice sent a vertical signal and Bob also sent a vertical signal Charlie would signal "no" But if Alice sent a vertical signal and Bob sent a horizontal signal Charlie would signal "yes" Once Bob heard a "yes" he would simply twist his signal by 90° to make it the same as Alice’s—and this would form the quantum key The trick here is that Charlie merely compares the polarizations of the photons without determining what they are so there can be no splitting of photons and no half-strength signals As a result no tampering by Eve would go unnoticed Even if she peered over Charlie’s shoulder she would know only whether Alice’s and Bob’s signals were correlated—never their actual values Lo and colleagues just presented their idea Now in papers in press at Physical Review Letters two independent groups of physicists have shown that the new protocol works Wolfgang Tittel and colleagues at the University of Calgary in Canada placed Charlie’s detector on the Calgary main campus Bob’s signal-generator in a lab 6 kilometers away and Alice’s signal-generator in another lab 12 kilometers away Although the researchers did not have Bob and Alice generating random signals as truly secure cryptography requires they did show that the signal timings and measurements could be performed over such great distances Meanwhile Jian-Wei Pan at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei and colleagues have demonstrated the quantum-cryptography protocol with random signals albeit just in the lab Does this mean that quantum cryptography is safe after all Grégoire Ribordy CEO of the Swiss company ID Quantique which makes commercial quantum cryptography says that practical systems had already largely got around the blinding loophole by continuously adjusting the detectors so that they are always reacting differently to incoming photons Such a countermeasure makes it very difficult for Eve to thwart the security because she would have to continuously tailor her strong light signal But Ribordy adds that the demonstration of the new protocol by Tittel and others is welcome for developing future systems: “The short answer is that it is very interesting—although it is not yet mature enough to implement from a practical point of view”Written by Dipanita Nath | Published: November 20 2009 1:00 am Related News Theres a nip in the airthe season when Delhi all too briefly dons its cultural colours and playwrights vie for your attention with gusto And you know that winters definitely here when the dates of one theatre festival collide with another The ongoing Atelier Youth Theater Week (AYTW) ends today but from December 3Mandi House will host the Delhi Ibsen Festival with groups from ChinaEgypt and the Netherlands besides four Indian troupes interpreting Henrik Ibsenone of Norways legendary playwrights The 11-day-long festival shares calendar space with the Old World Theatre Festival which begins two days later and gives you a chance to catch up with Shabana AzmiFarooque Shaikh and Satish Kaushik But firstcatch some of Delhis budding campus actors in action at AYTW The final day has a line-up of four playsamong them a black comedy called Gulguli Circus by Deen Dayal College It involves five clowns creating the universe But the joke is on human beings whose greed is at the core of every evilfrom nuclear arms to environmental degradation?

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