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No there isn't. First, OTP is private-key encryption scheme. Second, Asymmetric key is public-key encryption and No public-key encryption scheme can ever be perfectly secret. This is because the public-key (used for encryption) is available to everyone and is related to the secret-key in some way. Thus, a certain negligible amount of information is leaked. ...


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The threshold for a perfectly secure system is that a computationally unbounded adversary cannot conclude anything about the plaintext from the ciphertext. With a public-key system, the attacker can try to encrypt messages with the real public key; this is not possible with one-time pads. What the attacker can do, quite simply, is to try all one-bit ...



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