I guess I don’t quite get what an RNG does. Roll Dice 4096 times for the original key. Oh wait, the number of variables is the entire alphabet and single digit numbers.
OH you were only making a joke. Whew.
Your point of some use Pseudo Random in place of real Random is a good one.
We used to use Entropy boxes for encryption (move the mouse around inside a blank box). I am guessing if I researched that, it was decided it was not very reliable.
I am focused the one Nitro I want costs over a hundred Euros, instead of the lesser ones.
Also, since places like Amazon have been known to sell counterfeit goods. If I ordered directly for Germany, it would go through several power groups borders. I might be better off trying to find a bit of software not associated with the Intel processor. I might be better off buying one from Librem, I am inside US.
Someone might know of another USB plug in that does what the Nitro Key does.
In the end, I probably am looking at my poverty defining my choice(s) for me.
I had thought someone might come along and say, “Really good Crypto people trust the Intel RNG because . . . .” I think the procedure is not to trust.
Of course, If I am sending encrypted emails to the US government agencies. I should go ahead and use the Inte RNG. That is convoluted thinking. But that is not where I was thinking of sending emails.