The RSA digital signature scheme applies the sender's private key to a message to generate a signature. The signature can then be verified by applying the corresponding public key to the message and the signature through the verification process, providing either a valid or invalid result. These two operations — sign and verify — comprise the RSA digital signature scheme.
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I have an encrypted message using a key which we are not aware of and here we need to decrypt that same message to its original form. Can that be possible without knowing the shared key. If so please let me know the solution