七月的時候提到「Google Chrome 引入 CECPQ1，開始測試 Post-Quantum Cryptography」，剛剛看到 Adam Langley 寫了一些數據出來：「CECPQ1 results」。
目前看起來對於網路速度不快的使用者會影響比較大，最慢的 5% 使用者大約慢了 20ms，最慢的 1% 使用者會慢 150ms：
Although the median connection latency only increased by a millisecond, the latency for the slowest 5% increased by 20ms and, for the slowest 1%, by 150ms. Since NewHope is computationally inexpensive, we're assuming that this is caused entirely by the increased message sizes. Since connection latencies compound on the web (because subresource discovery is delayed), the data requirement of NewHope is moderately expensive for people on slower connections.
由於實驗算是完成了，加上 TLS 已經有規劃了，所以 Google Chrome 打算拔掉這個功能等標準出來：
At this point the experiment is concluded. We do not want to promote CECPQ1 as a de-facto standard and so a future Chrome update will disable CECPQ1 support. It's likely that TLS will want a post-quantum key-agreement in the future but a more multilateral approach is preferable for something intended to be more than an experiment.