#1 /dev/random support

open-postponed
Bishop
None
5
2003-03-18
2001-03-14
No

This patch provides a quick hack for using /dev/random
for random challenge generation instead of the weak and
predictable built-in rand().

Discussion

  • Andreas Bogk

    Andreas Bogk - 2001-03-14

    patch for using /dev/random

     
  • Bishop

    Bishop - 2003-03-18
    • assigned_to: nobody --> mtbishop
    • status: open --> open-postponed
     
  • Bishop

    Bishop - 2003-03-18

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    I'd like to consider this for 2.7 ; I hope it's okay.

     
  • Dale Fountain

    Dale Fountain - 2004-08-28

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    VTun 2.9.90+ uses OpenSSL's RAND_bytes() which is
    automatically seeded with /dev/urandom or /dev/random.

    http://www.openssl.org/support/faq.cgi#USER1
    "All OpenSSL versions try to use /dev/urandom by default;
    starting with version 0.9.7, OpenSSL also tries /dev/random
    if /dev/urandom is not available."

    Please follow the link for more information.

     

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