Additionally, your gouvernement likely already has your passwords anyway. 🙈
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Quantum computing does not work in the same realm as binary computing, and is nowhere close to being able to solve a hash function or to brute force at passwords
it can barely even factor a couple numbers correctly in it's current state.
What quantum computing currently can do is baffling in the sense of operating as two states at once but that doesn't lead to any type of scare against contemporary computing that is useful. It can factor very predetermined states magnitudes faster than contemporary binary computers, but these serve no purpose. The statements of Google about "Quantum Supremacy" are buzzwordy, and they don't mean what you think they mean.
also currently has no error correction like classical computing, and most all the results these larger 50-100 some qubit machines are garbage in the sense of being correct, or garbage data. They have to be finely tuned to run one specific route, they find tons of routes and then scientists in quantum field have to spend a bunch of time determining if any of the data is remotely accurate or just essentially a type of multistate random guesses
quantum decoherence which ruins the data, and the data is always full of quantum noise with almost no fault tolerance or error correction. In classical computing you have crc, redundant error correction in the processor. Quantum is barely more than just a buzzword in terms of what it can compute, which is almost nothing. Its amazing that it can place the state in 1 and 0 or a combination all at once, but currently its extremely limited.
What about quantum immortality? I saw recently that the bogdanoff twins have already mastered that.
They use it to ride the Bitcoin price to wherever they want it to be, they can wait hundreds or thousands of years.
so interesting, what ugly people can do.