Backdoor in a Public RSA Key

    Date21 Jan 2015
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByDave Wreski
    Hello, %username%! When I saw how it works, say that I was shocked is to say nothing. It's a pretty simple trick, but after reading this article, you will never look at the RSA as before. This is not a way to hijack RSA, but something that will make your paranoia greatly swell. So, imagine that you have access to the generator of an RSA key and you want to give someone the opportunity to get the private key without any factorization and other quantum computers. What we need to do?
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