Possible backdoors in Linux Kernel RNG

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http://crunchbang.org – ^ I wouldn't worry about SELinux; it dates from Linux's infancy and continues to pass FOSS muster.  It isn't enabled by default in most modern distros anyway, including Debian.Regarding RdRand...I remember seeing less than a ripple of impact about this two years ago, so...EDIT:  Besides:an implementation sealed in a chip and impossible to auditIf it's on a chip, the chip can be examined; hardware is much easier to examine/decipher than closed-source software. (HowTos)