Re: Can someone please check these figures
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 11:03:21 GMT
> I am trying to encrypt the following using RSA
> p = 257, q=263, e = 7, Letter for Encrption = R (ascii 82).
> N= 67591
> C = 82^7 mod 67591
> so the encrypted value is 59156
> However to I have trouble decrypting it:
Dont do the following....
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