Cryptography Breakthrough Could Make Software Unhackable

Cryptography BreakthroughCould Make Software Unhackable
A “zero-knowledge” proof means convincing someone that something is true without revealing any details of why it is true. The zero-knowledge proof has helped Amit Sahai, a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1996) design a breakthrough in the field of cryptography.

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