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Why does Schnorr's Digital Signature scheme necessitate two prime numbers?
One of the necessary components to the Schnorr Digital Signature scheme is a pair of prime numbers p and q such that q divides p-1. However, there is never a modular inverse taken of q so why is there ...
Nov 28 '12 at 3:45
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