Not high-handed. Logical. The difference between /dev/random and /dev/urandom
was that /dev/random could block IO if it didn't have enough entropy
in systems where /dev/random is separate simply abusing it by cat
/dev/random >/dev/null make all other programs using it very very slow.
as unix is a multiuser system and /dev/random is readable for all - it
wasn't very good.
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