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Is it safe to use RSA as a proof-of-work system?
Suppose I devised the following challenge-response proof-of-work system: A server generates a 2048-bit RSA modulus, and uses the "public" exponent (usually 65537) to sign a random nonce a fixed ...
Jan 19 '13 at 4:52
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