Never Use (M**e) for Ciphers

“Go” and do it the Montgomery Reduction Way!

Our world of public key cryptographic is build within finite fields. We take a prime number N, and then all our operations are done with (mod N). The basic security of our systems are then determine by the number of bits in N. If N has 1,024 bits or more, we are normally fairly secure. Many of our operations are then done with…

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