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DiceLock-x 9.0.0.1 for Linux, BlockFrequencyTest class (Block Frequency random number test) verified with PhysicalCryptoRandomStream class (memory pages kept in RAM, not swapped to file) and NIST SP 800-22rev1a “data.sha1″ file

DiceLock cipher architecture presents two main formulations: – Dicelock Digested, and – Dicelock Indexed.

These two formulations are implemented through the following concrete C++ classes: – DiceLockDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockDigested.h and DiceLockDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIndexed.h and DiceLockIndexed.cpp) – DiceLockIVDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockIVDigested.h and DiceLockIVDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIVIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIVIndexed.h [...]

DiceLock-x 9.0.0.1 for Linux, BlockFrequencyTest class (Block Frequency random number test) verified with PhysicalCryptoRandomStream class (memory pages kept in RAM, not swapped to file) and NIST SP 800-22rev1a “data.sqrt3″ file

DiceLock cipher architecture presents two main formulations: – Dicelock Digested, and – Dicelock Indexed.

These two formulations are implemented through the following concrete C++ classes: – DiceLockDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockDigested.h and DiceLockDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIndexed.h and DiceLockIndexed.cpp) – DiceLockIVDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockIVDigested.h and DiceLockIVDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIVIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIVIndexed.h [...]

DiceLock-x 9.0.0.1 for Linux, BlockFrequencyTest class (Block Frequency random number test) verified with PhysicalCryptoRandomStream class (memory pages kept in RAM, not swapped to file) and NIST SP 800-22rev1a “data.sqrt2″ file

DiceLock cipher architecture presents two main formulations: – Dicelock Digested, and – Dicelock Indexed.

These two formulations are implemented through the following concrete C++ classes: – DiceLockDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockDigested.h and DiceLockDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIndexed.h and DiceLockIndexed.cpp) – DiceLockIVDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockIVDigested.h and DiceLockIVDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIVIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIVIndexed.h [...]

DiceLock-x 9.0.0.1 for Linux, BlockFrequencyTest class (Block Frequency random number test) verified with PhysicalCryptoRandomStream class (memory pages kept in RAM, not swapped to file) and NIST SP 800-22rev1a “data.pi” file

DiceLock cipher architecture presents two main formulations: – Dicelock Digested, and – Dicelock Indexed.

These two formulations are implemented through the following concrete C++ classes: – DiceLockDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockDigested.h and DiceLockDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIndexed.h and DiceLockIndexed.cpp) – DiceLockIVDigested class (C++ files: DiceLockIVDigested.h and DiceLockIVDigested.cpp) – DiceLockIVIndexed class (C++ files: DiceLockIVIndexed.h [...]