Billy wants to send a message to Bob. He generates secure primes
q for each time he sends a message. However, he accidentally sends the same message multiple times. Is Billy's message still safe?
More formally, I know that
e=3 and that the plaintext remains the same for more than 1 message, but the value of
n (and subsequently the ciphertext,
e=3 n=pq c=123 plaintext=my-cool-mesage e=3 n=p'q' c=456 plaintext=my-cool-mesage
If an attacker has access to the
c for each message, can they recover the plaintext with the fact that the plaintext is shared, even when