I came to know of semiprimes recently. The simplest explanation of semiprimes is you take any two prime numbers and you multiply them, say 3*11 = 33 in which case 33 would be a semiprime. The numbers may grow bigger but the idea is same.
Hypothetically (or maybe in reality as well), you could use a good large semiprime as your public key and one of the primes as the private key so encoding and decoding is simpler for the one who has access to the private key.
Now what is/are multi-primes? Are they multiple prime numbers which are multiplying with each other or some other thing ? As in the above scenario, if somebody encodes some data with result of multiplication of 3 or more primes. In this case, how would the above example work while decoding the data?
Looking forward to know and understand. I did use various search engines but didn't get any explanations for this.
Looking forward to know.