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That sorts of works, but: Whatever decrypts will need the full private key, and will be a potential single point of failure. The system can be secure only if each of $pq$, $qr$, and $rp$ is wide enough to be hard to factor; so if you want to be as secure a 4096-bit RSA, you need a 6144-bit public modulus. We can achieve the same functionality by using ...


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If we suppose the world where this is interesting again, where say AES and kind has fallen to a currently unknown attack, then even so Red has to be stupid to fall for it. We shall consider two cases of defense: In case A, almost all ciphers can be strengthened by weaving in another cipher with its own key. The cipher doesn't have to be all that strong of ...



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