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Author pitrou
Recipients christian.heimes, neologix, pitrou, sbt, vstinner
Date 2013-08-15.13:44:51
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> When the OpenSSL's CPRNG is already initialized before 3) than all child
> processes created by 3) will have almost the same PRNG state. According
> to the PRNG will return the same
> value when PID numbers are recycled.

Thanks. Here is some discussion of the reseeding strategy:

More precisely, instead of reseeding in the child, you can simply
perturb the PRNG with a constant in the parent, to make sure the same
PRNG state doesn't get re-used.
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