Having a Glossary meant I could reduce the text on most pages, while expanding background for the definitions, and relating the ideas to other similar, contradictory, or more basic ideas.
But fortunately the RSA article does use correct notation. In fact, good implementations keep P and Q, and never calculate D at all; they use the Chinese Remainder Theorem to speed up private key operations, and calculate a separate D for P and Q.
So there is no point to this misleading advice. What would it need? I guess some sort of diagram or illustration is usually asked for, and references. Do you mean a proof that decryption "works"? If so, no; TBH I'd rather move away from presenting the idea of a "decryption exponent" at all, in favour of directly using the Chinese Remainder Theorem to do decryption.
This would be easier to understand, closer to what is really done in practice, and gets rid of the misleading idea that the public and secret key operations are somehow 'symmetric' when for all practical purposes they aren't.
Hopefully it would discourage people from saying misleading things like "signing is encryption with the private key". If on the other hand you mean a proof that RSA is secure, there is no such proof.
Pohlig and Martin E. Unfortunately I don't have easy access to this article - I've only found it referenced on http: Can we cite a source showing that Rivest, Shamir and Adleman were influenced by or are believed to have been influenced by Pohlig and Hellman's work?
Boak Lectures, National Security Agency, declassified December mentions in volume 2 an algorithm that is not fully described but is clearly similar to RSA.
The document implies that it's only useful for encryption, not signature, though. Volume 2 seems to date from So bit p and q would give you an n around bits long. I generated a real key just for you and created a sub-article about it under the "working example" part of the main article.
Lunkwill 4 July Common RSA modulus sizes are bit, bit and bit. So for a bit modulus you would be looking at bit p and q, for a bit modulus you would be looking at bit p and q and for a bit modulus you would be looking at a bit p ang q. AIUI noone has publically demonstrated factoring a bit modulus yet but they are generally regarded as "at risk" and should not be used for new keys.
Why the heck are we using n to be the message integer here? That's really confusing, especially since N is the modulus. Should we fix this, or am I wrong about the conventional variables? M is now the un-padded plaintext, and m is the padded value to be encrypted.
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