Exploring RSA Encryption
Linux Journal tells us about
"To set up RSA encryption, the main thing you need is a table of
prime numbers. Begin by selecting two prime numbers at random.
When the rsakeys.bc program asks for p and q, give it the
two primes you selected. Of course, any numbers can be used for
practice. Primes, especially large primes, make it more
difficult for an eavesdropper to decrypt your message."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Mar 10, 2003 )
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