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Abstract. The security of the RSA cryptosystem is directly proportional to the size of its modulus, n. The modulus n is a multiplication of two very large prime numbers, notated as p and q. Since modulus n is public, a cryptanalyst can use factorization algorithms such as Euler's and Pollard's algorithms to derive the private keys, p and q. Brute force is an algorithm that searches a solution to a problem by generating all the possible candidate solutions and testing those candidates one by onedoi:10.32734/jocai.v2.i1-91 fatcat:clmawtczanbjfabvgupeevupuy