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So let's first recall how blinded RSA works: Select primes $p=11$ and $q=29$, calculate the modulus $n=pq=209$, choose a public exponent $e=7$. Now calculate the signature exponent $d\equiv e^{-1} \pmod{(p-1)(q-1)}$ ($d=103, (p-1)(q-1)=180$). Now let's go to the message-dependant processing: A message $M$ is represented as the integer $m$ which is blinded ...



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