# Hardware and Software Implementations of RSA Encryption Using Fast Montgomery Modular Multiplication Prof . Kris Gaj George Mason University

@inproceedings{Koontz2006HardwareAS, title={Hardware and Software Implementations of RSA Encryption Using Fast Montgomery Modular Multiplication Prof . Kris Gaj George Mason University}, author={Michael D. Koontz and Ryon Sumner}, year={2006} }

With the heightened emphasis on security in realm of computers and computer networks, the RSA encryption algorithm has seen world-wide use as an effective method to encrypt and protect data. This key-based algorithm relies heavily on integer multiplication to perform the data encryption or decryption, with the speed of the multiplication algorithm contributing heavily to the throughput performance of the RSA encryption algorithm.

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