same Yarrow pseudo-random sequence. If enough of the random data
survives at the end of the dvd it may allow an attack against the PRNG.
As things stand, Yarrow is secure, but it might not be a few years from
always humans make most of security problems, not programs.
if you need more security simply modify random generation code. even if it
will be worse after your modification, it will be unique, and unknown to
attackers. and that's the best protection
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