This blog promotes the idea that the key to winning the daunting cyber war is the extensive use of randomness: more randomness, more security — with no upper limit. And it is possible now that bit-memory technology has advanced to the point that gigabytes, and terabytes of randomness can be used by even cheap Internet-of-Things devices.
What is hard to realize is that randomness, which is a familiar ingredient in the prevailing cyber reality, is now rising to claim the key role in the game. Tanks were invented in World War I, but they rose to be the definitive weapon of conquest in World War II. That’s what it is!
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