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QIWI - Crypto 400_1

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Qiwi-Infosec - Crypto 400_1 based on Coppersmith’s attack.

Description

Message m has been encrypted by RSA with exponent e=3 for three users. Users have been used different modulus (n1, n2, n3 respectively). As a result 3 ciphertexts have been obtained (c1, c2, c3 respectively). Decrypt the message. The flag is a sensible text.

The given n1, n2, n3, c1, c2, c3 are reported in the script

Solution

This crypto challenge is based on the Hastad’s broadcast attack.

So by implementing the Chinese Remainder Theorem we could solve this easily

The python script FTW

This is a simple crypto challenge on the Diffie-Hellman key exchange protocol.

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#!/usr/bin/env python

e=3
n1=95118357989037539883272168746004652872958890562445814301889866663072352421703264985997800660075311645555799745426868343365321502734736006248007902409628540578635925559742217480797487130202747020211452620743021097565113059392504472785227154824117231077844444672393221838192941390309312484066647007469668558141
n2=98364165919251246243846667323542318022804234833677924161175733253689581393607346667895298253718184273532268982060905629399628154981918712070241451494491161470827737146176316011843738943427121602324208773653180782732999422869439588198318422451697920640563880777385577064913983202033744281727004289781821019463
n3=68827940939353189613090392226898155021742772897822438483545021944215812146809318686510375724064888705296373853398955093076663323001380047857809774866390083434272781362447147441422207967577323769812896038816586757242130224524828935043187315579523412439309138816335569845470021720847405857361000537204746060031
c1=64830446708169012766414587327568812421130434817526089146190136796461298592071238930384707543318390292451118980302805512151790248989622269362958718228298427212630272525186478627299999847489018400624400671876697708952447638990802345587381905407236935494271436960764899006430941507608152322588169896193268212007
c2=96907490717344346588432491603722312694208660334282964234487687654593984714144825656198180777872327279250667961465169799267405734431675111035362089729249995027326863099262522421206459400405230377631141132882997336829218810171728925087535674907455584557956801831447125486753515868079342148815961792481779375529
c3=43683874913011746530056103145445250281307732634045437486524605104639785469050499171640521477036470750903341523336599602288176611160637522568868391237689241446392699321910723235061180826945464649780373301028139049288881578234840739545000338202917678008269794179100732341269448362920924719338148857398181962112


def chinese_remainder(n, a):
    sum = 0
    prod = reduce(lambda a, b: a*b, n)
    for n_i, a_i in zip(n, a):
        p = prod / n_i
        sum += a_i * mul_inv(p, n_i) * p
    return sum % prod

def mul_inv(a, b):
    b0 = b
    x0, x1 = 0, 1
    if b == 1: return 1
    while a > 1:
        q = a / b
        a, b = b, a%b
        x0, x1 = x1 - q * x0, x0
    if x1 < 0: x1 += b0
    return x1

def find_invpow(x,n):
    """Finds the integer component of the n'th root of x,
    an integer such that y ** n <= x < (y + 1) ** n.
    """
    high = 1
    while high ** n < x:
        high *= 2
    low = high/2
    while low < high:
        mid = (low + high) // 2
        if low < mid and mid**n < x:
            low = mid
        elif high > mid and mid**n > x:
            high = mid
        else:
            return mid
    return mid + 1

flag_cubed=chinese_remainder([n1,n2,n3],[c1,c2,c3])
flag=find_invpow(flag_cubed,3)

print "flag: ",hex(flag)[2:-1].decode("hex")

Flag is Captured  » theoretical_computer_scientist_johan_torkel_hastad

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