Tunable Balancing of RSA

@inproceedings{Galbraith2005TunableBO,
  title={Tunable Balancing of RSA},
  author={Steven D. Galbraith and Chris Heneghan and James F. McKee},
  booktitle={ACISP},
  year={2005}
}
We propose a key generation method for RSA moduli which allows the cost of the public operations (encryption/verifying) and the private operations (decryption/signing) to be balanced according to the application requirements. Our method is a generalisation of using small public exponents and small Chinese remainder (CRT) private exponents. Our results are most relevant in the case where the cost of private operations must be optimised. We give methods for which the cost of private operations is… CONTINUE READING
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