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comment Is there a technique to confirm that a given large integer value is a product of two primes?
Similar: crypto.stackexchange.com/q/1611/187
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accepted How to calculate the time it'll take to crack RSA or DH?
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comment Is it possible to figure out the public key from encrypted text?
@CodeInChaos I guess that would be part of the answer if that matters. For me, personally, I'm interested in the with-padding case.
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comment Is it possible to figure out the public key from encrypted text?
@Chad You can always ask for it, but not always will they give it to you... The public key can also be an unknown...
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comment Is it possible to figure out the public key from encrypted text?
@ByteCoin I was always under the assumption that messages encrypted with a 2048-bit key result in a 2048-bit ciphertext. Am I wrong?
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comment Is it possible to figure out the public key from encrypted text?
@Jalaj Indeed. But if I understand ByteCoin's answer correctly, this would be a method to get the public key.
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asked Is it possible to figure out the public key from encrypted text?