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Why is mod calculation necessary in a one time pad encryption?
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Not using modulus leaks information. For the English language, it's not so obvious. For an image, on the other hand... Left half uses addition and modulus, right half uses addition and division by ...

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Pad ciphertext with arbitrary number of bits
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After a bit of additional reading I realized that appending noise to the ciphertext doesn't affect decryption of the plaintext part. The solution is therefore quite simple: Encrypt length + plaintext ...

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Can I encrypt data with multiple keys and decrypt with one?
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You could do this with one-time pads. Simply XOR the new pad into both the ciphertext and the decryption key each time.

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