Erlang, random numbers, and the security - Kenji Rikitake

In this talk, Kenji will discuss the history of how random numbers are treated in Erlang/OTP and the inherent security weakness, describe the experience of implementing better pseudo random number generators (PRNGs), and provide possible future perspectives for making the PRNGs compatible with massive multi-core environments.

Speaker's Bio:

Kenji Rikitake is an Internet engineer, designer/implementer of sfmt-erlang and tinymt-erlang pseudo random number generators. Kenji has been an enthusiast of Erlang since 2008, and was the Workshop Chair of ACM SIGPLAN Erlang Workshop 2011.

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  • Francesco C.

    Really interesting presentation. Enjoyed it!

    September 12, 2013

  • sahera k.

    I am sorry I didn't manage to come. I wish to see the recorded.

    September 11, 2013

  • @sleepyfox

    Would have loved to go but clashes with Bob Marshall's Flowchain talk

    August 22, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Damn, will be out the country.

    August 8, 2013

  • Kenji R.

    Hello London!

    1 · August 7, 2013

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