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November 09, 2021 Tuesday 12:17:28 PM IST

Principle of Relativity can transfer data securely

Science Innovations

Researchers of University of Geneva (UNIGE) in association with researchers from McGill University, has developed a new system based on the concept of “zero-knowledge proofs”. The security of the concept is based on the theory of relativity which is, information cannot travel faster than the speed of light. This system allows users to identify themselves in complete confidentiality without disclosing any personal information with cent percentage security. If a data transfer has made, this relativistic zero-knowledge proof system would guarantee absolute security of data processing and could not be hacked.