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Can A PRNG Be Used To Generate Multiple Private Keys for ECDSA?
Suppose Alice seeds a cryptographically strong Pseudo Random Number Generator with a truly random number, and keeps it secret. Alice then uses the output of the PRNG to generate several 256-bit ...
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