SwiftRNG Pro

Hello 2018 and hello SwiftRNG Pro, the world's fastest USB-based true random number generator ever. With a speed of 200 megabits per second versatile design, it can be used in a wide variety of fields, including security, cryptography, research, and gaming.

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SwiftRNG LE SwiftRNG SwiftRNG Pro
Speed 20 Mbps 100 Mbps 200 Mbps
Price $149 $249 $449
Compliance NIST SP 800-90B (second draft)
Output entropy score Full entropy
Operating System Linux, macOS, Windows
Post Processing SHA-256, SHA-512, XorShift64 Optional: SHA-256, SHA-512, XorShift64
Power Profiles N/A Yes N/A
Weight 21g (0.74 Oz) 22g (0.77 Oz)

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About TectroLabs

Founded in 2012, our mission is to empower organizations and individuals to meet their security needs by providing efficient and effective hardware and software solutions. We are committed to working towards new ways of generating true random numbers to be used in security and other randomization needs at all levels.

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We perform rigorous testing on each and every random number generator to ensure top-notch performance.

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Latest News

A new generator for a new year: The SwiftRNG Pro — Jan 1, 2018

2017 has been a wild ride, hasn’t it? It sure has been a big year in the digital world. More websites adopted HTTPS in 2017 than any other year, and people are more aware than ever of the security and privacy challenges faced by citizens and businesses alike. At the same time, it was the year the open internet faced the biggest obstacle with the repeal of Net Neutrality, and broadband privacy faced a major setback. (read more)

SwiftRNG Version 1.2 — Sep 10, 2017

We are announcing today a new revision of our SwiftRNG device. This revision, version 1.2, meets NIST SP 800-90B (second draft) requirements and includes the following improvements: (read more)

SwiftRNG on Amazon — Jun 4, 2017

We are happy to announce that SwiftRNG and SwiftRNG LE are now both available for purchase through Amazon.com! The SwiftRNG can be found here, and SwiftRNG LE is available here. Purchases through Amazon are eligible for fast Prime shipping. (read more)

SwiftRNG Software API cluster capability with Linux and OS X — Apr 8, 2017

We are announcing today an important update of the SwiftRNG Software Kit. Beginning with version 3.3, the SwiftRNG API contains device cluster scalability and fail-over capabilities. With this, it is possible to use multiple SwiftRNG devices to additively increase the random number generation speed. By doing so, the reliability of the cluster is increased. This new API feature seamlessly integrates multiple devices and uses them concurrently as a single stream of random data. The API will monitor the health of the cluster and will resize the cluster on-the-fly, allowing device swapping in real-time. This makes it possible to remove and add SwiftRNG devices in the middle of random number generation. (read more)

SwiftRNG software kit update brings cluster scalability and fail-over capabilities to the API — Apr 7, 2017

This week we released version 3.3 of the SwiftRNG software kit. This update adds device cluster scalability and fail-over capabilities to the SwiftRNG software API. With this, it is possible to use two or more SwiftRNG devices to additively increase the random number generation speed. By doing so, the reliability of the cluster is increased. This new API feature seamlessly integrates multiple devices and uses them concurrently as a single stream of random data. The API will monitor the health of the cluster and will resize the cluster on-the-fly, allowing device swapping in real-time. This makes it possible to remove and add SwiftRNG devices in the middle of random number generation. (read more)

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