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Jan
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comment Is there an intuitive explanation as to why only the private key can decrypt a message encrypted with the public key?
"Where $a$ and $b$ are the public and the private key" implies that $a$ is the public key and $b$ is the private key. But I believe it's the other way, so that it should read "Where $a$ and $b$ are the private and the public key".
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awarded  Student
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accepted Do I need to know the “mode of operation” to decrypt a message encrypted with a block cipher?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Do I need to know the “mode of operation” to decrypt a message encrypted with a block cipher?
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asked Do I need to know the “mode of operation” to decrypt a message encrypted with a block cipher?
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awarded  Scholar
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awarded  Supporter
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accepted Is there a preferred way/standard on how to transmit an initialization vector for AES encryption
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asked Is there a preferred way/standard on how to transmit an initialization vector for AES encryption