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RFC 2313 specifies the RSAPrivateKey ASN1 structure as a SEQUENCE containing the INTEGERs $0$; $n$; $e$; $d$; $p$; $q$; $d\bmod(p-1)$; $d\bmod(q-1)$; $q^{-1}\bmod p$. The PEM format consists of such a structure encoded as Base64 and framed by the typical BEGIN/END RSA PRIVATE KEY header and footer lines. Thus, you can use any ASN1 library you like to ...


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they didn't include P-521, because they wanted a 192-bit security level and P-384 provides that. the reason they didn't use AES-192 probably has something to do with the fact that AES-192 isn't in TLS: https://www.iana.org/assignments/tls-parameters/tls-parameters.xhtml#tls-parameters-4



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