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Enter CRT exponent 2 (dQ) dQ = d mod (q-1) |
Private key B consists of:
- CRT exponent 1 (dP)
- CRT exponent 2 (dQ)
- CRT coefficient (qInv)
- Prime number p
- Prime number q
As you may have noticed there are two private keys A and B. Both private keys can be used independently to decrypt the ciphertext. Private key B uses the Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT) which decypts the ciphertext 4 times faster as private key A. Enter CRT exponent 2 (dQ) or let this tool calculate this for you using the following formula: dQ = d mod (q-1) |