# Encrypt the message 1010 using the textbook RSA and then prove the ...

## Question

Encrypt the message 1010 using the textbook RSA and then prove the decryption works as expected.
To select the two prime numbers p and q,use the last two pairs of digits from your student ID.

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The message from plaintext is split in blocks of four digits, like 0(1010)(1010) and sent each block by padding.
ID=1023560 => p is the closest prime number of 35=> 37
Q is the closest prime number of 60, thus 61
Hence n=p*q=37*61=2257
Φ(n)= (p-1)*(q-1)=36*60=2160...

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