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The generation of random or pseudorandom data, and the use of randomness in security protocols

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Twister is not a cryptographic algorithm, so you should not use it for a casino. /dev/random and /dev/urandom is built using a solid CSPRNG on pretty much every modern UNIX, save for any possible … is used in place of modern cryptography. /dev/random blocks because that theoretically under certain assumptions makes the output cryptographically secure, even if the slurry function is not of …
answered Mar 8 '14 by aaaaaaaaaaaa