More weak keys? 32768 weak keys can be downloaded for analysis, but are there more? Three times as many?
There is much information about DSA-1571-1 openssl -- predictable random number generator. There are even several websites to download weak DSA keys, or blacklisted key fingerprint hashes.
The presentation Predictable PRNG In The Vulnerable Debian OpenSSL Package - The What And The How says that the PRNG depended not just on the current process ID, but also on the host architecture and "internal state". Later in the presentation, a reference is made to "(2^15 − 1) × 3 keys". 32768 (2^15) keys is the most DSA keys I have found. (See https://hdm.io/tools/debian-openssl/debian_ssh_dsa_1024_x86.tar.bz2)
Are there other weak DSA keys due to this PRNG problem? If so, are they due to host architecture and "internal state"? What are these other keys? Can they be generated from the known set of 32768?