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Attack on DSA with signatures made with k, k+1, k+2
For homework, I'm asked to find the private key, $x$, in a DSA digital signature scheme. In the particular instance, we are given the parameters $p$, $q$ and $g$, the public key $g^x$, 3 messages ...
Apr 4 '13 at 17:03
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