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how do I use 2048 bit for RSACryptoServiceProvider?

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I want to use RSACryptoServiceProvider to encrypt and decrypt password, how do I use the class RSACryptoServiceProvider.

Also how do I use it for 2048 bit? I want to do this in ASP.NET using C#.
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