> On Sun, 23 Jul 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> > Obviously, if you need more randomness than a stock FreeBSD system
> > can provide you with, you add hardware to give you more randomness.
> This won't help if it's fed through Yarrow.

*BZZZZTTT!* Wrong. A good hardware RNG when fed at a high-enough rate
through Yarrow can easily produce a continuous stream of what you need.
(If we take that route, the current implementation may need to be tweaked
a bit to stop reseeding after a period of unuse to avoid hammering the
kernel too much; this needs careful thought).

Mark Murray
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