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Could give me method to attack RSA when N decomposes into multiple primes And this is the topic N = 18086135173395641986123054725350673124644081001065528104355398467069161310728333370888782472390469310073117314933010148415971838393130403883412870626619053053672200815153337045022984003065791405742151350233540671714100052962945261324862393058079670757430356345222006961306738393548705354069502196752913415352527

e = 9074407119435549226216306717104313210750146895081726439798095976354600576814818348656600684713830051655944443364224597709641982342039946659987121376590618828822446965847273448794324003758131816407702456966504389655568712152599077538994030379567217702587542326383955580601916478060973206347266442527564009737910

You can decode it?

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  • $\begingroup$ $N$ decomposes to $42$ primes, not $13$. $\endgroup$ – Meysam Ghahramani Apr 17 '18 at 11:10
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Could give me method to attack RSA when N decomposes into multiple primes

First, factor N, e.g. using trial division or Pollard's rho. Next, compute the decryption exponent, or use the method described in this answer to the question “RSA enc/decryption with multiple prime modulus using CRT”.

You can decode it?

Yes.


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