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Fix $N$, $e$ with $\text{gcd}(e, \phi(N))$ = 1, and assume there is an adversary $A$ running in time $t$ for which $Pr[A([x^e \mod N]) = x] = 0.01$, where the probability is taken over uniform choice of $x ∈ Z_N^*$ .

Show that it is possible to construct an adversary $A'$ for which $Pr[A'(x^e \mod N) = x] = 0.99$ for all $x$. The running time t' of $A'$ should be polynomial in t and $|N|$ (the number of bits it takes to write down $N$).

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