Warning: RSA
encrypts numbers and will decrypt as numbers. There
are different methods of converting text to numbers. This
decryption page will only decrypt messages encrypted using
this page. Prior to RSA encryption, each letter will be converted
into a number (A = 0, B = 1, C = 2, D = 3, ..., X = 23, Y = 24, Z = 25). Spaces, periods, question marks, and quotes
etc., will also be converted. These characters will correspond to their ascii number. Space = 32, '!' = 33, '$' = 36, ' = 39, '.' = 46.
The difficulty behind RSA is finding the secret key 'd'. For simplicity, this page uses primes less than 6 digis. Click here for a detailed example.

Decrypt the message.

Copy and paste the enrypted code (found at the bottom). Bob's private 'd' is already entered. Each block is decrypted one at a time.

Send a message to Bob?

Your message will be broken up by character. This is to ensure the numbers encrypted through RSA are small. This program can't handle numbers with more than 10 digits.
Read the warning above to understand how the letters and other characters are
converted to numbers.