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### Finding d given everything else in RSA [duplicate]

I've got everything else (e, p, q, phi(n), n), but cannot see a way to figure out what d should be. P and q are both 300 digits, so phi(n) and n are about 600 digits, but e is only 5 digits. I do ...
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### Find private exponent in RSA [duplicate]

The other answers for this confuse me, I know the principle of d in terms of the equation it has to satisfy. However I'm not sure how I would go about finding the private exponent without trial and ...
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### How to calculate d in RSA for my number with this [duplicate]

I took the p&q value as 61 & 53 and n=3233 e=17 d=? How to find it? Plz help me...
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### how do you calculate the private exponent in asymmetric key encryption [duplicate]

Here is an excellent paper on the math of asymmetric key encryption: http://www.mathaware.org/mam/06/Kaliski.pdf‎ See the example on Page 6. The public key = $55$ Primes used to calculate public ...
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### Extended Euclidean Algorithm in RSA [duplicate]

I am trying to solve an RSA problem. In order to calculate $d$, I have to calculate $d$ with $e=3$ and $$d\cdot e\equiv1 \pmod{40}$$ Obviously the answer is $d=27$, but I want to solve this with the ...
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### RSA problem - how to find $d$ [duplicate]

For example, let $p = 3$ and $q= 11$, choose $e = 3$. What computation I have to apply in order to find the corresponding $d$? I know it's 7, but I want to know the exact process to be applied to find ...
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### Factorizing N to derive D [duplicate]

So I have the value of N. I have to use this value of N to find the value of D. N = 265291078722948385089717069136983657793 Now I read about RSA algos and found out that ...
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### RSA encryption using euclidean alorithm [duplicate]

when given p=5, q=19, e=5 solution:- n=5*19 =95 φ (n)=4*18 =72 de=1 modφ (n) d(5)=mod(72) using euclidean algorithm 72=14(5)+2 5=2(2)+1 back substituition 1=5-2(2) 1=5-2[72-...
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### Finding Private Key $d$ using RSA [duplicate]

I'm a RSA n00b when it comes to the mathematics for RSA. After spending some time reading, watching lectures, etc. I pretty much have everything down, except for how to figure out the equation for ...
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### RSA: If I know n, e, p, and q, how do I calculate d using the extended euclidean algorithm? [duplicate]

After doing a good amount of research, it's become fairly obvious that I ought to be using the extended Euclidean algorithm to calculate d from the data that I already have. However, this isn't an ...
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### trying to get calculator and RSA calculatin does not make sense [duplicate]

got two question, I am novice in the area of crypto and currently in big learning curve. From crypto book I am going over with, I see the RSA algorithm example as follows: it chose two rand #-s: p=...
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### Verifying valid public key and finding private key? [duplicate]

A naive user of RSA has announced the public key $n = 2903239, e = 5$. Eve has worked out that $n = 1237×2347$. Verify that the public key is valid and explain why the private key is $d = 2319725$. [...
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### How do you quickly find D? (RSA) [duplicate]

with small primes under 1000 each i can find D in a matter of less than 1 second but anything above 1000 seems like it could go on forever! right now I generated huge primes (p = 9504941263, q = ...