Samila is a generative art generator written in Python, Samila let's you create arts based on many thousand points. The position of every single point is calculated by a formula, which has random parameters. Because of the random numbers, every image looks different.
Python subclass of Random using an RTLSDR as the entropy seed. As of now, does not provide a CSPRNG. While changing the seeding for a Mersenne-Twister (what random() uses internally) should prevent attacks, this should not be used for functions that need cryptographically secure random numbers.
Along with NIST SP800-22rev1 (statistical analysis of pseudo-random number generators), the Statistical Test Suite can be used to actually perform the tests outlined in this document. Runs under Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX. Written in C.
A method for distributing cryptographic entropy in the form of numerical values to systems that need it. Collects entropy from other systems and hashes it into the pool. While I can't vouch for how much entropy is in those values it seems interesting to experiment with.
The primary instance of the NIST Randomness Beacon. Has a REST API for access (which is going to change). Pull random numbers out of it but don't trust them because you didn't generate them yourself.
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