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1024-bit key, generated with OpenSSL, for purported factorisation.
If anyone can publish the two, non-trivial factors of this number (where neither is 1!) then they'll have my attention:
0xe5c30e1286c41c7137dc06194199dde641120de591c1b7392de35ef6a961d6d29faa3bcdb7603d42768a90322197a7a46fa2cf23f6f10de5554db6e7322ba35e858f576f840347c795c8782c3f4ef9f530d2fd1f6b5c275ce49404958f0decddd0b53386d12c745891d5eeca1f265bdf87bfe258cc7999dd1b21c570dddf1b33
In standard form:
-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDlww4ShsQccTfcBhlBmd3mQRIN
5ZHBtzkt4172qWHW0p+qO823YD1CdoqQMiGXp6Rvos8j9vEN5VVNtucyK6NehY9X
b4QDR8eVyHgsP0759TDS/R9rXCdc5JQElY8N7N3QtTOG0Sx0WJHV7sofJlvfh7/i
WMx5md0bIcVw3d8bMwIDAQAB
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----
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pjstorm commented Mar 11, 2015

Integers only, one presumes? ;-)

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