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Can you identify the public key used to encrypt something?
If I encrypt a string with a public key, does the encrypted ciphertext reveal the public key I used to encrypt it? Basically, I don't want anyone to know who the ciphertext is addressed to. I'm ...
Jun 10 '13 at 22:12
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