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We are in search of the new implementation that is to have a single public key encryption and multiple decryption of a message if any one come across a logic please inform us.

We have a following article please go through this and guide us how to code for the thing
you can also tell us about your new ideas as well.
Updated 8-Mar-11 22:23pm
Sandeep Mewara 9-Mar-11 2:12am
What article? Not clear...
amruthch 9-Mar-11 3:49am
go to this link you'll find a paragraph with heading single encryption multiple decryption..
Dalek Dave 9-Mar-11 3:24am
Edited for Grammar and Readability.
CPallini 9-Mar-11 3:34am
Hey man, where is the 'following article'?

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I have not heard of an asymmetric algorithm that has a single encryption key and multiple decryption keys, and frankly cannot see the use for one: it would presumably lower the security of a message if there was more than one decryption key.

What are you trying to achieve that you think need this?

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