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 Dec 5 accepted What is the appropriate public key encryption for secure coin flipping? Dec 1 awarded Supporter Dec 1 awarded Scholar Dec 1 comment What is the property of RSA where N=e? thanks for both of you! Dec 1 accepted What is the property of RSA where N=e? Dec 1 comment What is the property of RSA where N=e? But here we have more information that N = e. we know that φ(N) = (p-1)(q-1) and N=pq. So far I have N = p+q-1 mod φ(N) and wonder if we can find a d such that dN = 1 mod (p-1)(q-1) .. Actually the specific question is that given the value of e and e=N along with the message m, compute the RSA signature of m. But RSA signature of m requires that we know d... Dec 1 asked What is the property of RSA where N=e? Dec 1 awarded Editor Dec 1 revised What is the appropriate public key encryption for secure coin flipping? added 19 characters in body Dec 1 comment What is the appropriate public key encryption for secure coin flipping? I forget to add that $c_A \neq c_B$. Any improvement if we add the above constraint? Thanks. Dec 1 awarded Student Nov 30 asked What is the appropriate public key encryption for secure coin flipping?