RSA encryption/decryption is based on a formula that anyone can find and use, as long as they know the values to plug in. Given the encrypted number 150815, d = 1941, and N = 435979, what is the decrypted number?

In order to decrypt the message we have to take a look at this equation, as shown in Wikipedia entry.

**m = c^d % n**

So it's just a matter of computing this **m** number, as everything is provided in the challenge.

Easy and fun, right?