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azet (Aaron Zauner)

  • Email: azet@azet.org
  • Registered on: 01/31/2012
  • Last connection: 06/15/2016

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06/16/2016

06:55 AM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
Shyouhei Urabe wrote:
> Everyone advocates their advantages. Maybe "OpenSSL should die" can be the only thing every...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

06/15/2016

12:03 PM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
Yui NARUSE wrote:
> Shyouhei Urabe wrote:
> > @naruse Do you think it's inadequate for Linux users to fall back to ...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

05/03/2016

03:11 PM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
Shyouhei Urabe wrote:
> Filippo Valsorda wrote:
> > **All other languages only expose /dev/urandom in the stdlib.**...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

04/29/2016

08:43 AM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
A recent (2012) analysis of the RNG subsystem in the Linux Kernel can be found here: https://eprint.iacr.org/2012/251... azet (Aaron Zauner)

04/13/2016

09:02 AM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
There's now a new paper outlining RNG weaknesses in OpenSSL: https://eprint.iacr.org/2016/367.pdf
Again: Please sw...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

01/02/2016

03:11 PM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
The following is the output of your 'SecureRandom' construction vs. the Linux `/dev/urandom` facility:
http://nopa...
azet (Aaron Zauner)
10:18 AM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
Nobuyoshi Nakada wrote:
> SecureRandom without OpenSSL (or compatible alternatives) is nonsense.
You evidently ha...
azet (Aaron Zauner)
01:48 AM Ruby master Bug #9569: SecureRandom should try /dev/urandom first
Hi,
This still seems to be the case according to the code available on GitHub.
I urge the core team to move to ...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

01/31/2012

12:33 AM Ruby master Bug #5950 (Closed): open-uri: https redirect fix
open-uri raises an exception if a http/s redirect refers to https.
original mail to the maintainer with a quickf...
azet (Aaron Zauner)

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