> > PC's are pretty low-entropy devices; users who need lots of random
> > bits (as opposed to a steady supply of random numbers) are arguably
> > going to need to go to extraordinary lengths to get them; their
> > own statistical analysis is almost certainly going to be required.
> I claim this to be untrue: my tests show an ordinary sound card (with no
> recording source, at maximum input gain) will provide far more
> (high-quality) entropy than Yarrow can make use of under even the most
> punishing loads.

Kris; could you come up with some kind of proof-of-concept for this?
I don't want to steal a sound card, but being able to use one at the
user's request is good; I'd need kernel-mode code to do some harvesting.

Mark Murray
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