/usr/share at

Well, first of all, if you're so paranoid, rdrand calls can be disabled by specifying nordrand in the kernel's boot parameters.

Second, he was right. It's not like rdrand was used directly.

Third, given that Windows, Linux and BSDs now all use rdrand data differently, any possibility of a backdoored RNG becomes practically worthless.

Oh, and if they have, they should name them differently.

X11R5 at 2014-02-09T17:19:13Z in Hawthorne, Nevada

Yeah, I already know that. That's why software politics is a bitch. Politics and reason are mutually exclusive! ^_^

jhonny at 2014-02-10T19:42:19Z