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Aurelien BOCQUET
État académique
Thèse soutenue le 2011-12-06
Sujet: Modèles de sécurité réalistes pour les systèmes de distribution quantique de clés.
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Optimal eavesdropping on QKD without quantum memory
We consider the security of the BB84, six-state and SARG04 quantum key distribution protocols when the eavesdropper doesn't have access to a quantum memory. In this case, Eve's most general strategy is to measure her ancilla with an appropriate POVM designed to take advantage of the post-measurement information that will be released during the sifting phase of the protocol. After an optimization on all the parameters accessible to Eve, our method provides us with new bounds for the security of six-state and SARG04 against a memoryless adversary. In particular, for the six-state protocol we show that the maximum QBER for which a secure key can be extracted is increased from 12.6% (for collective attacks) to 20.4% with the memoryless assumption.
preprint 2011-07-27
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Thèse: Modèles de sécurité réalistes pour la distribution quantique de clés
Soutenance: 2011-12-06