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RSA

An electronic encryption system used in banking operations. Proposed by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman in 1977.
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This is the most expensive operation of RSA algorithm and can be done by applying modular exponentiation.
Just how much more difficult this method is can be seen by noting that the RSA algorithm would need a 2,380-bit key to be as secure as a 228-bit ECC key.
Take advantage of the RSA algorithm to calculate the original message summary [2].
The intended receiver can decrypt the message using his/her private key as generally done in RSA algorithms.
The flaw in Sarah's 1999 Young Scientist report was the assertion that she showed "mathematically" that her algorithm was "as secure as the RSA algorithm.
The RSA algorithm is the most scrutinized, tested, and trusted public key algorithm.
SmartTrust`s interoperable Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology, 1024 bit RSA algorithm for encryption and digital signature solution enables users to conduct their business securely via mobile communication networks.
The strength of the RSA algorithm resides in the computational infeasibility of calculating the private key from the public key.
Rivest, along with Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman, invented the RSA algorithm in 1978.
National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has recommended since 2010 that organizations transition to key lengths longer than 1024 bit for cryptography based on the RSA algorithm.