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PCQNG is a free software application that provides a high-speed stream of one-bit of physical entropy to a compatible PC application.
It is the replacement for the “true random number” utility in Windows95, 98, NT, 2000, ME and XP.
This is an application for Windows and uses the Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP file system APIs.
The primary target is Windows, however it should run on most operating systems that use DOS APIs, such as the XNU kernel on MacOS X.
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An example of a typical source of randomness is a pair of dice (or cards, or wheels) with a finite number of equally likely outcomes.
The dice are thrown, and the chances of an outcome are proportional to the number of possibilities that the dice might land.
(Note: we’re not looking at a probability distribution – we’re just looking at the individual probabilities of each of the random outcomes.)
The one-bit entropy provided by the PCQNG software can be used to calculate the statistical properties of any random numbers produced by such a source.
(Note: PCQNG does not produce a uniform distribution; only the statistical properties are measured.)
Entropy (a) is a property of a given sequence that is invariant under cyclic permutation. The potential for any given sequence of bits to be classified as either random or non-random is determined by the quantity of entropy that is present in the sequence.
If a sequence of bits is formed by a simple mapping of each one of a finite number of symbols, then the mapping is essentially a one-to-one mapping.
Each symbol has a certain probability of appearing and there are an infinite number of possible sequences.
There is a certain probability that a sequence of symbols is random or non-random depending on how much entropy is in the sequence.
This probability is equal to the ratio of the number of random sequences of the same length as the one being considered and the total number of possible random sequences of the same length.
The entropy of a sequence of one-bit symbols is the ratio of the number of random sequences of the same length as the one being considered and the total number of possible random sequences of the same length.
If the random sequences are formed from an alphabet of four letters, A, B, C and D, then the entropy of any sequence is calculated from the formula:
H =

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The licenses are all now being sold and it is currently possible to order your own licenses through PCQNG, at a reasonable cost, by either purchasing the physical CD with the licence key or alternatively by buying it online.
If you wish to make use of PCQNG in an academic or scientific setting, you will have to either work with one of the licenses you purchased, or alternatively you will have to write your own version of PCQNG.
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Please note that PCQNG is considered to be an application of a different nature to that of the software covered by the GPL or similar licenses. As such, we will not be able to directly support GPL-licensed software with the same level of support we extend to non-GPL software.
We do however provide the means to obtain a copy of the source code for all the software we sell.
PCQNG is not licensed as a general purpose cryptographic application. It is intended for use by individual users, in non-commercial environments, for the generation of pseudo-random data.
PCQNG is not intended to be used by individuals or organizations involved in the research, design, development, production, or use of networked computer hardware or software. We do not provide any support or maintenance for any network hardware or software.
Please note: For commercial use of PCQNG, we strongly recommend that the use of PCQNG be co-ordinated by an individual licensed to use the same license key that we provide to our licensees.
PCQNG is not designed for commercial use and any commercial use is at the sole discretion of the end-user.
PCQNG is licensed under GNU GPL v2 or above. Any further questions may be raised by the end-user.
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Somewhere along the line, you have a misunderstanding of what entropy is and what the job of a pseudorandom generator is.
Entropy is a measure of the randomness of a sequence. The more random the sequence is, the higher its entropy. The only function that can’t be implemented with a

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PCQNG is a program that generates high-speed stream of virtually perfect random numbers containing one bit of actual entropy per output bit. The generator’s output is made easily available through PCQNG in a number of user selectable modes. PCQNG is written with several performance benchmarks in mind. These include high speed file transfers, cryptography, keystream generation for stream ciphers, virtual machines and various other cryptographic processes.
PCQNG can easily generate stream of random numbers of up to 100 bytes per second (10 Mbit/sec). The output is easily available to developers or users by means of a Windows GUI. An optional read-only mode for developers that does not have a GUI, can be enabled by the user. PCQNG does not require any hardware or other add-on devices in order to operate. The output is available without adding any other devices.
PCQNG generates virtually perfect output numbers, with a maximum number of possible sequences limited only by the available hardware. The output sequence is drawn from a cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generator known as R-2 (HDRNG-2) with a seed generated from the hardware RNG in the PC. The output of PCQNG is thus more reliable, reproducible and less dependent on the actual state of the hardware components.
PCQNG was originally developed to help with the cryptographic designs of various RSA patents and to provide a hardware-based SSE-aware hash function.
PCQNG provides a few modes for viewing or monitoring the data produced. All of these are extremely easy to use and easily fit into the normal activities of a PC user. The “Monitor” mode, for example, will monitor a file for a user’s file input using an in-memory storage area known as a Buffer. The Output Window in PCQNG provides a very nice graphical view of the output that runs extremely quickly (in real time) and is a very powerful tool for troubleshooting problems.
PCQNG is completely compatible with SSE-2.0 and SSE-2.0 instructions which is of particular interest to a large number of our users. However, PCQNG does not depend on this and should still function with hardware and compiler that do not support this instruction set.
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The principle behind PCQNG is rather straightforward and is based on a fast series of one-bit XOR gates fed by the output of the PC hardware. Each gate produces a high or low pulse (one-bit) based on the active high or low state of the PC hardware at that moment. A low pulse will be produced if the PC hardware is in an active, low state, or if it has been in that low state for at least a defined period of time.

PCQNG produces a high-speed stream of the exact same one-bit pulses as the hardware which it is extracting entropy from. In other words, it is a high speed, constant stream of perfect, one-bit random bits. At the end of the PCQNG process, the user can choose from several output methods, including either sending the random bits directly to a file, or sending them to the Windows command line. The Windows command line interface provides a number of methods of receiving random bits from PCQNG, including sending the output to a file, using a command-line generator, and even converting it to a block of pseudo-random bytes.

When the random bits are written to a file, they are called a PCQNG file.

The PCQNG program can then be used in a number of ways, including as a random bit generator, an RNG, a random number generator, or as a uniform random number generator.

PCQNG can be viewed as similar to a physical quantum entropy generating device, such as a von Neumann Universal-Quantum-Computing-Architecture-based Lava Lamp, where your PC hardware is the data source, and the output is a sequence of perfectly, precisely random bits which can be used as an entropy source.


PCQNG is a command line program, and therefore requires a command prompt window to be open, either in Windows or Unix. The user then runs the program, which will produce an output window which contains a high-speed stream of one-bit pulses. The final output stream is not continuous, because the output of PCQNG is not continuous, and therefore the program terminates when it reaches the end of its internal buffer.

PCQNG is designed to be run using the command line interface, and not the GUI.

The following is a list of the PCQNG command line parameters:

p[n] = File path of the output file (optional)
r[n] = Number of bits per second to write (optional)

The following is a list of the PCQNG command line flags:

-h = Display help information
-x = Do not output useful information to the screen
-d = Create a PCQNG file that can be written to disk (optional)
-f = Same as d

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OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Intel Core i3 2.5Ghz / AMD Phenom X4 3Ghz
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Sound Card: Direct Sound (DS) version 2.0 compatible sound card
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DirectX: Microsoft DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics device
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