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asked How does Clifford Cocks 'Non-Secret Encryption' work?
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comment RSA exhibits symmetrical properties — is it possible to form a cryptanalytic attack?
This is because all $C$ values are $mod N$. As $C_s$ is the symmetric partner of $C$ the two added are N. E.G. If $P=11$ and $Q=7$, then $N=77$. If $E=3$ and $M=2$ then $C=8$ ( $2^3 mod 77 = 8$ ). $C_s = (N-M)^e mod N = (77-2)^3 mod 77 = 69$. This means $C + C_s = 8 + 69 = 77$. Also $M_s = N - M = 75$ and therefore $|M_s - C_s| = |M - C| = |75 - 69| = |2 - 8| = 6$.
Dec
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asked RSA exhibits symmetrical properties — is it possible to form a cryptanalytic attack?