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comment How can I take advantage of repeated patterns in non random RSA prime factors?
Similar work has been done also by May and Maitre. It should be highlighted, as you correctly said, that the two composites of the moduli have to be unbalanced.
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accepted How can I take advantage of repeated patterns in non random RSA prime factors?
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comment How can I take advantage of repeated patterns in non random RSA prime factors?
@fgrieu the primes that I present here are non random but valid factors of some existing RSA moduli. The objective is, given those factors, look for repeated patterns and try generate somehow some new factors that can factorise some other moduli. Presumably these factors are generated from a poorly seeded PRNG
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asked How can I take advantage of repeated patterns in non random RSA prime factors?
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accepted Is it possible that two distinct RSA moduli share both of their prime factors?
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asked Is it possible that two distinct RSA moduli share both of their prime factors?
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comment Does it necessarily mean that an RSA moduli generated with poor randomness is not random?
Ok then assume that these primes are not random. How can they be distinguished from a truly random sequence?
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asked Does it necessarily mean that an RSA moduli generated with poor randomness is not random?
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answered How big an RSA key is considered secure today?