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Suppose Trudy sees your RSA signature on m1 and m2 (that is, she sees the values m1d mod n and m2d mod n).

Suppose Trudy sees your RSA signature on m1 and m2 (that is, she sees the values m1d mod n and m2d mod n). Explain how Trudy can now compute your signature on (m1j m2k) mod n for arbitrary integers j and k. (you will also need to explain how she can also compute m1-1 mod n) Briefly explain the security implications of this capability.

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