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Is the base equally well protected by the discrete logarithm problem as the exponent?

I’d like to ask if in case of modular exponentiation, reverse engineering the base would be equally difficult, when knowing the exponent as determining the exponent is hard when the base is provided? The modulus should be considered to be safe and the same in both cases. In equations: secret ^ public1 mod public_prime =::Listen

I’d like to ask if in case of modular exponentiation, reverse engineering the base would be equally difficult, when knowing the exponent as determining the exponent is hard when the base is provided? The modulus should be considered to be safe and the same in both cases.

In equations:

secret  ^ public1 mod public_prime = public2a
public1 ^ secret  mod public_prime = public2b

Is the secret equally well protected in both cases?

Fear of the unknown: A tale of the SEC’s crusade against synthetics

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