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Rives-Shamir-Adleman cryptosystem - this page is a stub

RSA, acronym of Rivest-Shamir-Adleman, is a public-key cryptosystem, described in 1977 by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). One of the first public-key systems, it is widely used for secure data transmission. As it is a relatively slow algorithm, it is commonly used only to exchange shared encryption keys for a symmetric-key encryption algorithm, which is then used for bulk encryption/decryption [1].

Examples of RSA on this website
General Crypto Device (GCD) and GCD-Phi
GCD
Motorola SECTEL 9600 (Type 4 encryption)
Utimaco CryptoServer LAN, Secure server with Hardware Security Module (HSM)
Hardware Security Module (HSM) with PCIe interface
CSe
NEVO FX credit card recorder
Nevo Deep ...
References
  1. Wikipedia, RSA (cryptosystem)
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