I am using RSA to encrypt some data but I would like to eliminate the possibility of message replay. By message replay I mean sending a valid message multiple times to the original recipient. It is obvious that an attacker can capture a valid message without knowing its contents and replaying it.
Is there any efficient way for the recipient to determine if a given message has been replayed or avoid the problem altogether?
The only things I can think from the top of my head are: including an expiration time in the message (rather insecure) or hashing the message, storing it and checking if future messages have the same hash value (can consume a lot of memory).
Any help would be appreciated.