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LibreSSL's PRNG is Unsafe on Linux [Update: LibreSSL fork fix]

Comment by Andrew Ayer

Posted in reply to Comment by Reader Joe.

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As I said in my article, this mess is evidence of a design flaw in Linux, so I kind of agree with the LibreSSL devs. But if they want to provide a portable version of LibreSSL, they need to provide the facilities to make it safe. OpenSSL does.

| Posted on 2014-07-16 at 00:15:57 UTC by Andrew Ayer | Parent | Reply to This

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