Re: Can someone please check these figures
From: Phil Carmody (thefatphil_demunged_at_yahoo.co.uk)
Date: 29 Jul 2004 22:14:34 +0300
Sebastian Gottschalk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Michael Amling schrieb:
> > What are you using to do these calculations?
> > 88**7 mod 67591 is 59156, not 36487.
> >> Can you find d?
> > Try 4791.
> What are you doing? e=7, 7*4791 mod 67072 != 1
> > 59156**4791 mod 67591 is 88.
> AFAIK there's only one inverse for e in Zn when gcd(e,n)=1.
But what if there are 2 'n' to chose from?
> So here's what I got:
You're using phi, Michael and I would rather use lambda.
lambda(n) = 33536
> -> d=38327
38327 == 4791 (mod lambda(n))
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