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Mon Aug 07 15:57:05 UTC 2017  <pankkake>   wanted some hardware rng for years, anyway

Tue Apr 18 20:21:52 UTC 2017  <punkman>   asciilifeform: google queries you might find amusing: "insane rng" "amazing rng"

Fri Apr 14 02:11:20 UTC 2017  <funkenstein_>   what's a RNG got to do with reading unhappy folx make false statements and post i-hate-wimminz brand erotica?

Thu Mar 30 01:07:02 UTC 2017  <assbot>   Logged on 29-03-2017 14:59:15; asciilifeform: there is clock jitter. but it is difficult to use as rng on a box with 1 crystal

Wed Mar 29 14:59:15 UTC 2017  <asciilifeform>   there is clock jitter. but it is difficult to use as rng on a box with 1 crystal

Tue Mar 28 18:53:12 UTC 2017  <asciilifeform>   all it does is give a straight 8bit stream of rng.

Tue Mar 28 18:42:56 UTC 2017  <asciilifeform>   if you're gonna use this, why not use intel's built-in rng.

Thu Jan 05 11:41:22 UTC 2017  <asciilifeform>   and your lappy already has a nonauditable intel rng, if you can live with the nonsense, use that, it costs 0.

Wed Jan 04 16:47:45 UTC 2017  <kakobrekla>   maybe breed a fleet of rng rats

Wed Jan 04 16:34:45 UTC 2017  <punkman>   could have row of holes, and you break off rng if you want to substitute

Wed Jan 04 16:32:37 UTC 2017  <punkman>   you can still customize on single board, just have the header point upwards and maybe a switch for onboard rng and header input

Wed Jan 04 16:31:37 UTC 2017  <asciilifeform>   not only less auditable, but less customizable, presently the user can substitute in own analogue rng

Wed Dec 28 21:09:14 UTC 2016  <punkman>   in other RNG lulz http://i.imgur.com/U55k5Sd.jpg https://media.ccc.de/v/33c3-7949-wheel_of_fortune

Sat Dec 17 20:40:43 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   but at the same time it is the only, afaik, hardware rng in the world that 1) comes apart into testable pieces 2) doesn't hash, or otherwise lie about the entropy

Sat Dec 17 20:36:50 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   so let's say you have a rat in a cage, want to use him for rng. you give him a toggle to press, connect it between 'out' and 'ground', with a pull-up to 'power' (10Kohm or more)

Sat Dec 17 20:34:45 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   but you can substitute in own analogue rng, into either or both connectors.

Tue Dec 13 16:50:06 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   incidentally schematics were published not long ago, if kakobrekla wanted to make ~identical~ rng, he also could.

Tue Dec 13 16:49:30 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   kakobrekla: i wouldn't particularly worry, there are 100+ other rng

Thu Sep 15 18:05:40 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   https://github.com/opendime/opendime/blob/master/unsealed/advanced/rngverify.py << if you read this, it is trivially obvious that the manufacturer can trivially supply a secret (presumably a pill against their rng) that would allow a user to silently spend the contents of a 'sealed' drive.

Wed Sep 07 15:44:52 UTC 2016  <asciilifeform>   a proper otp 1) comes out of proper rng 2) exists in TWO copies STRICTLY 3) destroyed piecemeal after every use. on both ends.

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