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Identification of correct plaintext after decryption in Rabin cryptosystem
In the Rabin cryptosystem, decrypting a message can produce four different outputs, of which only one is the correct plaintext. How can one know which of the outputs is the correct one?
Aug 19 '13 at 11:03
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