Am I missing something, or is RSA very very limiting when it comes to ecrypting data when it comes to the actual message size?
I have read that you can only encrypt a message of around 117 to 200 bytes in size (depending on your key size: 1024 or 2048 bits). Is this correct?
If so, I think I have read people suggesting on using it for larger files. I guess they are just repeating the process many times over and over in blocks of 117 bytes?