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Fiber Lines Are Handy Mode for Secret-Message Code

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ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 10 -- A new technique sends secret messages so cleverly it would impress James Bond -- and it requires no new equipment or infrastructure. At the 90th annual meeting of the Optical Society of America, being held this week at the Rochester Convention Center, Bernard Wu and Evgenii Narimanov of Princeton University presented a method for transmitting secret messages over existing public fiber-optic networks, such as those operated by Internet service providers. The technique could immediately allow inexpensive, widespread and secure transmission of confidential and sensitive data by governments...Read full article

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