Is there a SHA1PRNG standard?
 From: "Mark" <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
 Date: 21 Apr 2006 08:57:29 0700
The java.security.SecureRandom class can be used to get an instance of
SHA1PRNG. It appears that SecureRandom generates different values from
JDK 1.4.1 to 1.4.2. We have an implementation which is dependent on
the JDK 1.4.1 implementation of SecureRandom and would like to ensure
that future versions will also be compatible. Where can we get a copy
of the standard that was used for the 1.4.1 SecureRandom
implementation? We would like to write our own class to get a SHA1PRNG
instance using such a standard.
For example if we use a seed to initialize the SecureRandom class, we
would like to be able to reuse that seed to regenerate the same PRN to
recover the same plaintext for backward compatibility.
Thanks in advance...
 Mark
.
 FollowUps:
 Re: Is there a SHA1PRNG standard?
 From: David Wagner
 Re: Is there a SHA1PRNG standard?
 From: clark
 Re: Is there a SHA1PRNG standard?
 Prev by Date: Re: ECIES, authentication and plausible deniability
 Next by Date: Re: Quickly finding large primes
 Previous by thread: Can DLP be reduced to fatroing problem or vice versa?
 Next by thread: Re: Is there a SHA1PRNG standard?
 Index(es):
Relevant Pages
