So my question is do padding schemes used in RSA protect it against Least Significant Bit Oracle attack?
The attack I am talking about is described here: RSA least significant bit oracle attack
As far as I know the padding schemes add some random bytes to the end of the block so that it always gives a different value when encrypted. But if it is done this way we can continue doing the LSB oracle attack and get the deciphered block, then easily discard the random bytes. Am i missing something about how padding schemes work?