SHA-2: A family of two similar hash functions, with different block sizes, known as SHA-256 and SHA-512. They differ in the word size; SHA-256 uses 32-byte words where SHA-512 uses 64-byte words. There are also truncated versions of each standard, known as SHA-224, SHA-384, SHA-512/224 and SHA-512/256. These were also designed by the NSA.

If the input text is divided into a fixed block size for encryption and decryption, what could be the typical block size for RSA algorithm for different size of input like 8 MB, 16 MB, 126 MB and 2 A common asymmetric key algorithm is RSA. The term block size refers to the block cipher. Basically, there are 2 types of ciphers. Stream cipher - The algorithm encrypts/decrypts the message 1 bit at a time. Block cipher - The algorithm encrypts/decrypts the message block by block, a block referring to a group of bits. Common block ciphers When Key Size Actually Hurts Security. Consider these two block ciphers; which is more secure? Blowfish, which supports up to 448-bit keys. AES, which supports up to 256-bit keys. If you chose Blowfish, you fell for the trap. Blowfish has a block size of 64 bits, whereas AES has a block size of 128 bits. 1.Most widely accepted and implemented general purpose approach to public key encryption developed by Rivest-Shamir and Adleman (RSA) at MIT university. 2.RSA scheme is block cipher in which the plaintext and ciphertext are integers between 0 and n-1 for same n. 3.Typical size of n is 1024 bits. i.e n<2. 4.Description of Algorithm:

## The RSA cipher requires the block size to be equal to or less than the key size. Either increase the block size or use different keys.' % (blockSize * 8, keySize)) In order for the mathematics of the RSA cipher to work, the key size must be equal to or greater than the block size.

For OAEP padding, recommended for all new applications, it must be less than the size of the key modulus – 41 (all in bytes). To get the size of the modulus of an RSA key call the function RSA_size. The modulus size is the key size in bits / 8. Thus a 1024-bit RSA key using OAEP padding can encrypt up to (1024/8) – 42 = 128 – 42 = 86 bytes. RSA ® Business-Driven Security™ solutions address critical risks that organizations across sectors are encountering as they weave digital technologies deeper into their businesses. Cyber attacks See how prioritizing threats can help your organization coordinate an effective response to cyber attacks that helps minimize business impact. I have a 2048 bit key. From your original post, it appears that the blocksize for encrypting should be the same as the blocksize for decrypting, but my professor told us this isn't the case.

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If the input text is divided into a fixed block size for encryption and decryption, what could be the typical block size for RSA algorithm for different size of input like 8 MB, 16 MB, 126 MB and 2 A common asymmetric key algorithm is RSA. The term block size refers to the block cipher. Basically, there are 2 types of ciphers. Stream cipher - The algorithm encrypts/decrypts the message 1 bit at a time. Block cipher - The algorithm encrypts/decrypts the message block by block, a block referring to a group of bits. Common block ciphers When Key Size Actually Hurts Security. Consider these two block ciphers; which is more secure? Blowfish, which supports up to 448-bit keys. AES, which supports up to 256-bit keys. If you chose Blowfish, you fell for the trap. Blowfish has a block size of 64 bits, whereas AES has a block size of 128 bits. 1.Most widely accepted and implemented general purpose approach to public key encryption developed by Rivest-Shamir and Adleman (RSA) at MIT university. 2.RSA scheme is block cipher in which the plaintext and ciphertext are integers between 0 and n-1 for same n. 3.Typical size of n is 1024 bits. i.e n<2. 4.Description of Algorithm: For OAEP padding, recommended for all new applications, it must be less than the size of the key modulus – 41 (all in bytes). To get the size of the modulus of an RSA key call the function RSA_size. The modulus size is the key size in bits / 8. Thus a 1024-bit RSA key using OAEP padding can encrypt up to (1024/8) – 42 = 128 – 42 = 86 bytes.