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In reply to Duplicate Signature Key Selection Attack in Let's Encrypt

Reader cryptopenguin15 on 2020-04-04 at 17:55:

' Just set e = 1, d = 1, and n = s - m. '. The public key exponent, e, can be kept to it's original value, and the signature will still pass.


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