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N is a really big number,2466 digits in base 10,and e is 65537,I thought n might be factored,but it didn't work. N is such a big number and e is 65537,smaller than N,so how to attack it?

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    $\begingroup$ Is this a homework exercise? Second question in two days asking specifically about 2466 digits in base 10. $\endgroup$ – Squeamish Ossifrage Jun 6 at 13:20

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