Eugene N on Thu, 14 Apr 2011 06:43:40 +0200

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What would be the simpliest way to find k and e, such that:

X(k-e) = nQ = 0 mod Q

where: k, e, X, n (- GF(Q), and X and Q are known?

I am sorry if it seems obvious, i have solved equations aX=b mod Q, but i dont remember what action to undertake if b =0...