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### 4-RSA

Course: CSE 794, Spring 2010
School: Ohio State
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Introduction PublicKeyCryptographyandRSA 794Q: to Cryptography Spring 2010 p1. Public-Key Cryptography Also known as asymmetric-key cryptography. Each user has a pair of keys: a public key and a private key. The public key is used for encryption. The key is known to the public. The private key is used for decryption. The key is only known to the owner. p2. Bob Alice p3. Why Public-Key Cryptography?...

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