SUNrand is a Sun Solaris kernel module which provides '/dev/random' and '/dev/urandom' similar to the devices found in Linux. It has been tested on Sparc and Intel platforms running Solaris7 and Solaris8 (32bit and 64bit mode on SparcUltra). It doesn't use good random sources yet. It is rumoured that you can also find a /dev/random in the US crypto extensions for Solaris.
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Release Notes: This release includes a fix for the 'data repetition' error, more documentation, and fixes for package installation. It now supports Solaris 2.5.1 and 2.6.
Release Notes: gpg support, fixes to work in 64-bit mode and to compile with Sun CC, and a new Sparc package.
Release Notes: Initial release.