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The RSA page looks to be the place to go: PKCS #11: Cryptographic Token Interface Standard http://www.emc.com/emc-plus/rsa-labs/standards-initiatives/pkcs-11-cryptographic-token-interface-standard.htm# Although I don't see MD5 or SHA hashes.


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Yes. I haven't heard any other possible CRT acronym in direct relation to RSA. Sometimes it is used as file extension for certificates, but those are not addressed in the PKCS#1 standard. This specification supports so-called "multi-prime" RSA where the modulus may have more than two prime factors. The benefit of multi- prime RSA is lower ...



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