If you need true random numbers only sporadically and the purchase of one of our Hardware True Random Number Generators is not adequate, an alternative is offered here: True Random Numbers on CD.
Two CD versions are available.
Version 1: Completely physically generated random bits
CD contains:
Price: 5,- Euro per 1E8 (=100.000.000) random bits
Order name: Z-CD-Phys
Please declare the number
of binary files per CD (minimum = 10, maximum = 35)
Payment by PayPal (for 10 files):
Delivery within Germany (incl. shipping and VAT): 52 Euro
Delivery within the EU (incl. shipping and VAT): 55 Euro
Delivery outside of the EU (incl. shipping and VAT): 59 Euro
Version 2: Semi-physically generated random bits (XOR mode)
CD contains:
3.500.000.000 random bits per CD
Order name: Z-CD-XOR
Payment by PayPal:
Delivery within Germany (incl. shipping and VAT): 52 Euro
Delivery within the EU (incl. shipping and VAT): 55 Euro
Delivery outside of the EU (incl. shipping and VAT): 59 Euro
Hints concerning the CDs:
Security
In both modes absolutely non-deterministic, i.e. unpredictable random bit sequences are generated. During generation the most important statistical properties of the random bits are checked (by the FIPS PUB140-1 statistical tests). No bits which did not pass the tests are recorded. Here you will find a (short) example protocol file.
The conversion program is executable under Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP. The number of random bits per decimal number can be varied from 1 to 32. Decimal random numbers (Integer or Real) are recorded in an ASCII file.
Binary random bit files created by our hardware generators pass the DIEHARD - TEST developed by George Marsaglia without any problems. DIEHARD contains 15 statistical random bit tests and can be regarded as an "acid test" for every random number generator. A lot of generators, like RAN2 from Numerical Recipes, don't pass this test.
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