The only way to easily access Intel's new Secure Key techonology in your application - introducing the JebteK RdRand library.
As a developer, you can use it any way you like - as a library in your application with the purchase of a license, or as a cloud-based secure RESTful service.

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The system uses Intel's new rdrand CPU instruction found in the latest Secure Key technology, to generate random numbers and strings.
C# Library Examples
bool RdRandom.GeneratorAvailable(); /* lets you know if the code is executing on a compatible CPU */
string RdRandom.GenerateKey(int length); /* generates a random string that is 'length' characters long */
byte[] RdRandom.GenerateBytes(int length); /* generates a random byte array that is 'length' characters long */
uint RdRandom.GenerateUnsignedInt(); /* generates a random unsigned int */
uint RdRandom.GenerateUnsignedInt(uint maxValue); /* generates a random unsigned int between 0 and 'maxLength' */
RESTful Service JavaScript Examples
$.post("", { length: <length>, apiKey: "<key>" }, function (data) { /* returns random string that can be used as a key */ });
$.post("", { apiKey: "<key>" }, function (data) { /* returns random unsigned int */ });
$.post("", { length: <length>, apiKey: "<key>" }, function (data) { /* returns random base64 encoded byte array */ });
RESTful Service C# Examples
uint ret = Randomizer.GenerateUInt("<key>");
string ret = Randomizer.GenerateKey(<length>, "<key>");
byte[] ret = Randomizer.GenerateBytes(<length>, "<key>");
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