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The answer is simple. AES is in itself a pseudorandom function, so an output from a single block encryption will produce 128-bits of pseudorandom numbers. Now to use AES to generate longer sequences, you will have to use a block-cipher mode that lets you do the same. Here is a small list of a few very popular modes ment for PRNGs: Counter(CTR): Counter ...



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