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RSA is a common public key algorithm, which can be used for encryption and signature. It is a core component of most the security protocols used on the Internet, including the SSL/TLS protocol suite.

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I've been doing some searches for RSA and it appears that it uses shuffling but not substitution. RSA is a mathematical algorithm. Neither of these terms is applicable to it. Generally speaking …
answered Sep 30 '18 by duskwuff
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What's important in this situation is that devices must not share RSA keys with each other -- each device should have its own RSA keys. This way, extracting the key material from one device will not … compromise the keys used by any other device. Sharing RSA keys between an SSH server and a web server is unusual, but I don't believe there's any inherent risk to doing so, so long as they are only …
answered Mar 1 by duskwuff