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27-03-2015 15:19:25 <nubbins`> "Sum-up : 73 tests performed. Cardano RNG : Failed 2, Weak 5, Passed 66. Radioactive decay : Failed 9, Weak 13, Passed 51. Now go take your current entropy source, put it through diehard and see what happens. "
27-03-2015 15:15:19 <nubbins`> !s cardano entropy
16-01-2015 20:05:59 <joecool> mircea_popescu: there are two major problems with this implementation that i see. both are problems the cardano solves, 1. the system knows it's a smartcard and malicious software could use it, and 2. weak entropy generation for signing
20-07-2014 20:42:38 <BingoBoingo> do you read this thing like i do, ie, a nsa-sponsored attempt to survive the "everyone has cardano rng on board" apocalypse by making good entropy sources still circumventable ? << I read either that or some kernel afficianado who would buy a unix pacemaker
20-07-2014 20:38:57 <mircea_popescu> sciilifeform do you read this thing like i do, ie, a nsa-sponsored attempt to survive the "everyone has cardano rng on board" apocalypse by making good entropy sources still circumventable ?
01-04-2014 16:18:21 <kakobrekla> yeah the entropy on it is bad, no cardano sorry guise.
20-12-2013 23:42:31 <BingoBoingo> Has radioactive decay improved its entropy to compete with the Cardano yet?
11-12-2013 22:39:40 <mircea_popescu> so in the most recent rng tests for the cardano we now see Entropy = 7.999926 bits per byte.
19-11-2013 04:09:14 <mircea_popescu> so cardano rng board was successfully populated, there's like oscilloscope illuminated randomness and general entropy pouring out of it. i'll be making a post with pics and whatnot once the lot of you stop hawking over the exchange.
10-10-2013 12:36:33 <bitesak> Matthew Green seems a good candidate to review the entropy of Cardano?