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Manucom, Emraida Marie M., Gerardo, Bobby D., Medina, Ruji P..  2019.  Analysis of Key Randomness in Improved One-Time Pad Cryptography. 2019 IEEE 13th International Conference on Anti-counterfeiting, Security, and Identification (ASID). :11–16.
In cryptography, one-time pad (OTP) is claimed to be the perfect secrecy algorithm in several works if all of its features are applied correctly. Its secrecy depends mostly on random keys, which must be truly random and unpredictable. Random number generators are used in key generation. In Psuedo Random Number Generator (PRNG), the possibility of producing numbers that are predictable and repeated exists. In this study, a proposed method using True Random Number Generator (TRNG) and Fisher-Yates shuffling algorithm are implemented to generate random keys for OTP. Frequency (monobit) test, frequency test within a block, and runs tests are performed and showed that the proposed method produces more random keys. Sufficient confusion and diffusion properties are obtained using Pearson correlation analysis.
Ablaev, Farid, Andrianov, Sergey, Soloviev, Aleksey.  2019.  Quantum Electronic Generator of Random Numbers for Information Security in Automatic Control Systems. 2019 International Russian Automation Conference (RusAutoCon). :1–5.

The problems of random numbers application to the information security of data, communication lines, computer units and automated driving systems are considered. The possibilities for making up quantum generators of random numbers and existing solutions for acquiring of sufficiently random sequences are analyzed. The authors found out the method for the creation of quantum generators on the basis of semiconductor electronic components. The electron-quantum generator based on electrons tunneling is experimentally demonstrated. It is shown that it is able to create random sequences of high security level and satisfying known NIST statistical tests (P-Value\textbackslashtextgreater0.9). The generator created can be used for formation of both closed and open cryptographic keys in computer systems and other platforms and has great potential for realization of random walks and probabilistic computing on the basis of neural nets and other IT problems.

Rajagopalan, S., Rethinam, S., Deepika, A. N., Priyadarshini, A., Jyothirmai, M., Rengarajan, A..  2017.  Design of Boolean Chaotic Oscillator Using CMOS Technology for True Random Number Generation. 2017 International Conference on Microelectronic Devices, Circuits and Systems (ICMDCS). :1–6.

True random numbers have a fair role in modern digital transactions. In order to achieve secured authentication, true random numbers are generated as security keys which are highly unpredictable and non-repetitive. True random number generators are used mainly in the field of cryptography to generate random cryptographic keys for secure data transmission. The proposed work aims at the generation of true random numbers based on CMOS Boolean Chaotic Oscillator. As a part of this work, ASIC approach of CMOS Boolean Chaotic Oscillator is modelled and simulated using Cadence Virtuoso tool based on 45nm CMOS technology. Besides, prototype model has been implemented with circuit components and analysed using NI ELVIS platform. The strength of the generated random numbers was ensured by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Test Suite and ASIC approach was validated through various parameters by performing various analyses such as frequency, delay and power.

Kösemen, Cem, Dalkiliç, Gökhan.  2017.  Designing a Random Number Generator for Secure Communication with WISP. Proceedings of the International Conference on Compute and Data Analysis. :289–292.

This research aims to design a hardware random number generator running on wireless identification and sensing platform (WISP), which is a lightweight Internet of things device. The accelerometer sensor on WISP is used as the entropy source. This entropy source is post-processed with de-biasing and extraction methods to provide more uniformly distributed results that can be used in the authentication protocols between a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag and an RFID reader. The obtained random number outputs are tested using the well-known NIST random number test suite. It is seen that the numbers pass all the tests in the NIST randomness test suite.

Min Li, Xin Lv, Wei Song, Wenhuan Zhou, Rongzhi Qi, Huaizhi Su.  2014.  A Novel Identity Authentication Scheme of Wireless Mesh Network Based on Improved Kerberos Protocol. Distributed Computing and Applications to Business, Engineering and Science (DCABES), 2014 13th International Symposium on. :190-194.

The traditional Kerberos protocol exists some limitations in achieving clock synchronization and storing key, meanwhile, it is vulnerable from password guessing attack and attacks caused by malicious software. In this paper, a new authentication scheme is proposed for wireless mesh network. By utilizing public key encryption techniques, the security of the proposed scheme is enhanced. Besides, timestamp in the traditional protocol is replaced by random numbers to implementation cost. The analysis shows that the improved authentication protocol is fit for wireless Mesh network, which can make identity authentication more secure and efficient.