Re: People trust that?
"Because if you can't trust the CPU's RNG, you can't trust ANY RNG."
I don't follow that logic. Can you explain?
Because any other source of RNG would have to be accessed via a communications interface in the same computer that has a compromised CPU RNG. The PCIe, USB, thunderbolt, serial, parallel, PS/2, or any other communications interface is controlled by the same source as the CPU. Therefore if the manufacturer of the CPU is going to compromise the CPU's RNG, they are full capable of intercepting, and modifying, any other data traffic in in the computer.
That hardware RNG you plugged into the USB port? Pity the number being used in the encryption software running on the CPU isn't the one from that USB attached RNG, as the CPU substituted the RNG from the USB port with its own dodgy RNG.