A Study of Field Application Process of Public Key Algorithm RSA Based on Mathematical Principles and Characteristics through a Diagnostic

- Journal title : Journal of Service Research and Studies
- Volume 5, Issue 2, 2015, pp.71-81
- Publisher : The Society of service Science
- DOI : 10.18807/jsrs.2015.5.2.71

Title & Authors

A Study of Field Application Process of Public Key Algorithm RSA Based on Mathematical Principles and Characteristics through a Diagnostic

Noh, SiChoon; Song, EunJee; Moon, SongChul;

Noh, SiChoon; Song, EunJee; Moon, SongChul;

Abstract

The RSA public key encryption algorithm, a few, key generation, factoring, the Euler function, key setup, a joint expression law, the application process are serial indexes. The foundation of such algorithms are mathematical principles. The first concept from mathematics principle is applied from how to obtain a minority. It is to obtain a product of two very large prime numbers, but readily tracking station the original two prime number, the product are used in a very hard principles. If a very large prime numbers p and q to obtain, then the product is the two easy station, a method for tracking the number of p and q from n synthesis and it is substantially impossible. The RSA encryption algorithm, the number of digits in order to implement the inverse calculation is difficult mathematical one-way function and uses the integer factorization problem of a large amount. Factoring the concept of the calculation of the mod is difficult to use in addition to the problem in the reverse direction. But the interests of the encryption algorithm implementation usually are focused on introducing the film the first time you use encryption algorithm but we have to know how to go through some process applied to the field work This study presents a field force applied encryption process scheme based on public key algorithms attribute diagnosis.

Keywords

RSA Public Key Encryption Algorithm;DES Private Key Algorithm;Mathematical Principles;

Language

Korean

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