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Letters only allow you to use letters and nothing else. So you would only be able to send a message like this: MEETA GENTV LADAT DINER ATTWO Where as if you use numbers you can send messages with virtually all the different characters you want: Meet Agent Vlad at diner at 2.
Assumption: you've saved the RSA public key using the default encoding in Java (for the SUNRSA provider), as in: KeyPairGenerator kgen = KeyPairGenerator.getInstance("RSA"); kgen.initialize(1024); KeyPair kp = kgen.generateKeyPair(); Files.write(new File("Public.key").toPath(), kp.getPublic().getEncoded()); This generates an X.509 ASN.1 ...
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