I struggle with quantum physics, but I understand that quantum computers are being developed. Although it seems they are a long way ahead, it is always surprising how these developments speed up - my current PC is so much better that the 1.5 Gig HD one I had a few years ago with Jaz SCSI drive cassettes at £60 for 1 Gig.
I understand they will be many orders of magnitude quicker, so most current encryption, relying as it does on large prime numbers , may be easy to crack?
Maybe a view from the resident experts would be more interesting than watching FE's concrete dry?
I think that we will do based on the way technology advances so quickly.
Those in the not too distant future will be laughing at even our top range equipment as used by the ""spooks" or top security services if you wish to call it that.
To take it a step further I am not convinced that "Cold Fusion" has not yet been discovered or will be in the future.