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Technical feasibility of decrypting https by replacing the computer's PRNG
Intel has an on-chip RdRand function which supposedly bypasses the normally used entropy pool for /dev/urandom and directly injects output. Now rumors are going on that Intel works together with the ...
Jul 14 '13 at 2:39
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