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Unformatted text preview: printf(" %c\n",a[m1]);} getch(); }</strlen(p1);i++) </strlen(a);j++) </strlen(p1);i++) </z;j++) RSA OUTPUT enter two prime numbers p and q 3 11 enter the value of d: 7 33 20 3.000000 ENCRYPTION-CIPHERTEXTenter the plain text SUZANNE 19 28 cipher:28 21 21 cipher:21 26 20 cipher:20 1 1 cipher:1 14 5 cipher:5 14 5 cipher:5 5 26 cipher:26 S U Z A N N E RSA output: enter two prime numbers p and q 5 13 enter the value of d: 7 65 48 7.000000 ENCRYPTION-CIPHERTEXTenter the plain text NAINA 14 14 cipher:14 1 1 cipher:1 9 9 cipher:9 14 14 cipher:14 1 1 cipher:1 N A I N A RSA ALGORITHM Study and implementation of RSA Algorithm using C programming language. In a classic cryptosystem in order to make sure that nobody, except the intended recipient, deciphers the message, the people involved had to strive to keep the key secret. In a public-key cryptosystem. The public key cryptography solves one of the most vexing problems of all prior cryptography: the necessity of establishing a secure channel for the exchange of the key....
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