Tuesday, September 21, 2021

GRC's | UHE PRNG Ultra-High Entropy Pseudo-Random Number Generator. Demo

What's so special about this pseudo-random number generator?
This carefully designed PRNG utilizes more than 1536 bits of internal “state” memory. The operating parameters of the generator's algorithm were carefully chosen (it uses a “safe prime” factor) to guarantee that every possible PRNG “state” is visited before the sequence begins to repeat. The result is that the “period” of this generator will be the “Germain prime” 1,768,863 x 21535 - 1, which is approximately 2.132 x 10468. This is such a large number that it might as well be infinite. This generator effectively never repeats.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

The next censorship is on DNS



I completely agree with this article. 

"I was planning on reviewing Parler on my quest to look for Facebook alternatives, and then Parler essentially disappeared. At least you could find websites that hosted articles about Parler disappearing. But what if you plugged in a website, and it never appeared? Think that couldn’t happen?

Think again. For 2021, I’m predicting that the next big thing in censorship will be DNS censorship."