# Rapidly generate RSA private and public keys 1.0

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Created : Aug 23, 2007

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## (1) This function uses Java, which contains the ...

(1) This function uses Java, which contains the calculation routines.

(2) An rsa "key" consists of two quantities: a modulus and an exponent. RSA keys always come in pairs, with one key denoted "public" and the other "private. " A message that is encrypted using EITHER key must be decrypted using the OTHER key. You keep the private key secret and broadcast the public key. Anyone can then encrypt any message to you using the public key, but no one but you can decrypt it (not even the sender) since only you have the secret key. Also, you can encrypt a message using your private key, and anyone can decrypt it using the public key.

The benefit is that they then know for sure that you are the person who generated the message. (3) RSA modulus and exponent selection have certain nuances beyond the basic numerical calculations. In particular, certain values for various components of the key generation can result in encryption weaknesses. For this reason, you may choose to avoid generating RSA key pairs yourself and instead rely upon "official" key generation code. (4) As of 2005, "RSA Laboratories currently recommends key sizes of 1024 bits for corporate use and 2048 bits for extremely valuable keys. . . . "

(2) An rsa "key" consists of two quantities: a modulus and an exponent. RSA keys always come in pairs, with one key denoted "public" and the other "private. " A message that is encrypted using EITHER key must be decrypted using the OTHER key. You keep the private key secret and broadcast the public key. Anyone can then encrypt any message to you using the public key, but no one but you can decrypt it (not even the sender) since only you have the secret key. Also, you can encrypt a message using your private key, and anyone can decrypt it using the public key.

The benefit is that they then know for sure that you are the person who generated the message. (3) RSA modulus and exponent selection have certain nuances beyond the basic numerical calculations. In particular, certain values for various components of the key generation can result in encryption weaknesses. For this reason, you may choose to avoid generating RSA key pairs yourself and instead rely upon "official" key generation code. (4) As of 2005, "RSA Laboratories currently recommends key sizes of 1024 bits for corporate use and 2048 bits for extremely valuable keys. . . . "

**• MATLAB Release: R14SP3**

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