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How useful is NIST's Randomness Beacon for cryptographic use?
NIST have just launched a new service called the NSANIST Randomness Beacon. It has been met with some initial skepticism. Perhaps the cryptography community would have used it before June 2013 when ...
Mar 25 at 21:35
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