It's fairly well known that Shor's algorithm kills RSA, DSA, ECDSA, DH, ... and that symmetric ciphers (AES and 3DES) and hashes (SHA-2, SHA-3) are safe as long as you double your key size / output size against a Grover search. (See slide 3 in this NIST presentation.)
My question is: nobody has mentioned random number generators either way, safe or unsafe. (As evidence, the NIST Draft Report on Post-Quantum Crypto has 0 hits for "RNG"). Is this because it's obvious to the experts, or because the research has not been done yet?
My understanding is that CSPRNGs are built on top of hashes and block ciphers, which are quantum-resistant themselves, but I would really like a definitive statement that CSPRNGs are OK, or if not, then some issues that I should be aware of / concerned about.