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0b808314
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0b808314
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Mar 24, 2010
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Niels Möller
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Indentation fix.
Rev: nettle/rsa.h:1.5
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@@ -76,13 +76,13 @@ extern "C" {
#define _rsa_verify _nettle_rsa_verify
#define _rsa_check_size _nettle_rsa_check_size
/* This limit is somewhat arbitrary. Technically, the smallest
modulo which makes sense at all is 15 = 3*5, phi(15) = 8, size 4
bits. But for ridiculously small keys, not all odd e are possible
(e.g., for 5 bits, the only possible modulo is 3*7 = 21, phi(21)
= 12, and e = 3 don't work). The smallest size that makes sense
with pkcs#1, and which allows RSA encryption of one byte
messages, is 12 octets, 89
bits. */
/* This limit is somewhat arbitrary. Technically, the smallest modulo
which makes sense at all is 15 = 3*5, phi(15) = 8, size 4 bits. But
for ridiculously small keys, not all odd e are possible (e.g., for
5 bits, the only possible modulo is 3*7 = 21, phi(21) = 12, and e =
3 don't work). The smallest size that makes sense with pkcs#1, and
which allows RSA encryption of one byte messages, is 12 octets, 89
bits. */
#define RSA_MINIMUM_N_OCTETS 12
#define RSA_MINIMUM_N_BITS (8*RSA_MINIMUM_N_OCTETS - 7)
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