> /dev/random should block if the system does not contain as much real entropy
> as the reader desires. Otherwise, the PRNG implementation will be the
> weakest link for people who have deliberately selected higher levels of
> protection from cryptographic attack.

I don't want to rehash this thread from the beginning. Please go
back, read the Yarrow paper, and recognise that Yarrow is not an
entropy-counter, it is a cryptographically secure PRNG. The "count
random bits and block" model does not apply.

Mark Murray
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