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Fast post-processing for broken RDRAND
Let's assume that the Intel RDRAND instruction does not return fully random numbers, e.g. because it has been engineered with a backdoor for the NSA. If the Intel RDRAND instruction is used directly ...
Sep 17 '13 at 10:48
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