We’re on github and releasing some OSHW

We’re on github and releasing some OSHW

We’ve decided to go ahead and release some of our designs as open source / open hardware. So we’ve created a github account and we’ll be putting more stuff in when we get time and updating the product page to reflect the license. Right now we’re choosing to use Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC […]

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TrueRNG Windows 8 love

We’ve recently updated the TrueRNG downloads page with a signed INF driver for those windows users, and namely Windows 8.x users that are required to have a signed driver. Second one of our users pointed out a bug in Windows 8.1 that popped up an error message in the rngcapture tool.  Rngcapture has been updated […]

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TrueRNG MDEV systems script

Some of you have expressed interest in a mdev script for smaller lightweight / embedded distros (usually coupled with busybox). Since the existing udev scripts will not work we created something that should work. It was tested on Alpine Linux. There is a link in the Downloads section of the TrueRNG product page to a […]

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TrueRNG V2

We just wanted to give a small announcement that TrueRNG’s are back in stock over at Tindie, and all future orders will now be version 2. Version 2 sports a slightly upgraded hardware design.   And most importantly dual semiconductor noise junctions.

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New tool for capturing data in windows

So most serial terminal applications were designed for communicating via printable ascii characters, using the high end codes for control codes. We previously recommended using RealTerm to inspect the serial data (and capture it) in windows because it seemed to be geared towards this type of application. However, most of our users (and ourselves) have […]

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