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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] let Net Devices feed Entropy, updated (1/2)
    > The device get's powerd up at a random time for the attacker.
    > That's entierly sufficient if you assume that your checksum function
    > f(i) hat the property that there is no function g, where we have
    > f(i+1)=g(f(i)), where g has a polynomial order over the time domain.
    > i is unknown for the attacker.

    So, your argument is that there is no point in all this
    entropy collection anyway. So if everything is hunky dory,
    why have /dev/random block under such a circumstance?
    (which was the original poster's problem).

    Alex Bligh
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