If I Pick Prime Numbers For My Security, How Fast Will I Find Them, and How Safe Are They?

Many of our public key methods rely on prime numbers, as they have wonderful properties, including a way of performing mathematical operations on numbers, but constrain them with a finite field (and where our maximum number is the prime number less one). The difficulty in RSA, for example, is to factorize the value of N into the two…

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