I know that random number generators on computers are only pseudo-random, but are the PRNGs on Live Boot USB or DVDs even less random? Is there a way to seed them after booting? Specifically curious ...
man 4 random has a very vague description of Linux kernel entropy sources: The random number generator gathers environmental noise from device drivers and other sources into an entropy ...
I have this PHP script: <?php $od = shell_exec('od /dev/hwrng --address-radix=n --read-bytes=4 --format=u4'); ?> <html> <head> <title>hwrng</title> </head> ...
For automated testing of some applications, I would like to emulate the users behaviour. I know I can user the xdotool type --delay option, but I would like a more natural delay. The easiest thing ...
I am trying to make my version of a random number generator that doesn't leave bash scripting language. Starting with a yates-fisher shuffle, i am trying to use this as the starting point...and go ...