ORAM is the acronym of an Oblivious Random-Access Machine. The main idea is to hide the access patterns from attackers. For example, when a client tries to access data stored in the server, the server cannot gain any information about the user access pattern. Imagine data storage, where each data is inside a block, and […]
I was working with my friend on a Random Number Generator (RNG) research paper. We need to evaluate the quality of our random bitstream result using the NIST SP800-90B entropy test.