Bringing it home...

#1
A lad i knew in school just got hospitalised a couple of days ago.

Makes me sick, to know that there are people that would do that out there.

And what makes it worse? it happened in my own town. I was probably sat at home enjoying a beer with my mates when it happened. I feel slightly guilty for not being there to help the guy out, he was soft as pigsh!t.
 
#2
ub3rb0wl said:
A lad i knew in school just got hospitalised a couple of days ago.

Makes me sick, to know that there are people that would do that out there.

And what makes it worse? it happened in my own town. I was probably sat at home enjoying a beer with my mates when it happened. I feel slightly guilty for not being there to help the guy out, he was soft as pigsh!t.

The security of this scheme rests on an extension of the Quadratic residuosity problem, specifically, given z,r and n where the factorization of n is unknown, it is computationally infeasible to determine whether z is an rth residue mod n, i.e. if there exists an x such that z \equiv x^r \mod n.
 
#3
BiscuitsAB said:
ub3rb0wl said:
A lad i knew in school just got hospitalised a couple of days ago.

Makes me sick, to know that there are people that would do that out there.

And what makes it worse? it happened in my own town. I was probably sat at home enjoying a beer with my mates when it happened. I feel slightly guilty for not being there to help the guy out, he was soft as pigsh!t.

The security of this scheme rests on an extension of the Quadratic residuosity problem, specifically, given z,r and n where the factorization of n is unknown, it is computationally infeasible to determine whether z is an rth residue mod n, i.e. if there exists an x such that z \equiv x^r \mod n.
Easy for you to say.
 
#4
Markintime said:
BiscuitsAB said:
ub3rb0wl said:
A lad i knew in school just got hospitalised a couple of days ago.

Makes me sick, to know that there are people that would do that out there.

And what makes it worse? it happened in my own town. I was probably sat at home enjoying a beer with my mates when it happened. I feel slightly guilty for not being there to help the guy out, he was soft as pigsh!t.

The security of this scheme rests on an extension of the Quadratic residuosity problem, specifically, given z,r and n where the factorization of n is unknown, it is computationally infeasible to determine whether z is an rth residue mod n, i.e. if there exists an x such that z \equiv x^r \mod n.
Easy for you to say.
well it makes about as much fking sense! :roll:
 
#5
BiscuitsAB said:
ub3rb0wl said:
A lad i knew in school just got hospitalised a couple of days ago.

Makes me sick, to know that there are people that would do that out there.

And what makes it worse? it happened in my own town. I was probably sat at home enjoying a beer with my mates when it happened. I feel slightly guilty for not being there to help the guy out, he was soft as pigsh!t.

The security of this scheme rests on an extension of the Quadratic residuosity problem, specifically, given z,r and n where the factorization of n is unknown, it is computationally infeasible to determine whether z is an rth residue mod n, i.e. if there exists an x such that z \equiv x^r \mod n.

I think I see where the problem lies you have allowed for the Quadratic residuosity problem but that in turn gives you a minimzing percentage of 3.07 or x=yfg and you havent taken this into account I would suggest that you re work this equasion in binary

either that or teach the tw*t that got a kicking to fight back
 

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