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The Entropy Gathering Daemon is a portable perl script which provides a source of randomness on systems that lack an in-kernel /dev/random. GnuPG, OpenSSH, and the OpenSSL toolkit can use EGD to seed their random number generators.
Database for managing go association membership: registering new members tracking membership fees links to EGD verification of members by name or EGF PIN Google Apps integration OpenID provider License: GNU Affero General Public License v3
EGDW is a random number daemon for Microsoft Windows. It sits in the background and collects randomness, and makes this random data available to cryptographic software. It has an EGD compatible interface, at least as compatible as Windows allows.
This is the PRNGD quot;Pseudo Random Number Generator Daemonquot;. It offers an EGD compatible interface to obtain random data and is intended to be used as an entropy source to feed other software, especially software based on OpenSSL.
snd-egd can convert analog sound signals into a source of entropy for the Linux kernel random number device. The quality of entropy generated is dependent on the input signal. White noise from radio signals between broadcast radio stations (atmospheric noise) would be ideal, but just a simple disconnected microphone or line input connector on a sound card with sufficiently high gain will generate thermal noise. The input data is not merely fed into the KRNG without any transformations; whitening