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In digital signature using the RSA would it be possible if the receiver will be the one to generate the public and private key instead of the Sender?

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put on hold as unclear what you're asking by Maeher, forest, Maarten Bodewes Feb 11 at 1:03

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  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to crypto.stackexchange - Here is some advice to help you receive a better reception and better answers to your question: Please provide an example of what you are asking about; In the current question it is unclear what you want to know. $\endgroup$ – Ella Rose Feb 7 at 3:27
  • $\begingroup$ Our teacher wants us to *secure the data transmission as it travels from the client to server as well as *incorporate digital signature. Then we chose the RSA algorithm for that. Can i get an advice about this because aside from the digital signature, the message will also be encrypted. Do we have to use two encryption algo? One for digital sign and one for message encryption. $\endgroup$ – user65697 Feb 7 at 4:40
  • $\begingroup$ Digital signatures are not encryption (regardless of how similar some of the operations used in some of them may be to encryption schemes). "Secure a data transmission" is overly broad; The only concise answer is "use TLS", which is probably not acceptable if this is homework. Questions must be specific enough to be answerable or be closed. Anyways, that still doesn't clarify what you're asking in the question: It is not clear what you mean by In digital signature using the RSA would it be possible if the receiver will be the one to generate the public and private key instead of the Sender? $\endgroup$ – Ella Rose Feb 7 at 14:50

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