Randomness and Entropy in Node and Electron


Randomness is a hard problem for computers. For this reason most functions that generate randomness are not considered cryptographically secure. That means that it is possible that an attacker can take a good guess at what number a non-secure randomness generator generated. How Can Randomness Be Attacked? Many non-secure randomness (or entropy) generators would do … Read more

Dual Encryption


Qvault’s dual encryption allows users to require that two keys are needed to unlock their vault. A password, and a key card. You have probably heard of two factor authentication. According to Authy: 2FA is an extra layer of security used to make sure that people trying to gain access to an online account are who they … Read more