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    Thanks for the info. I was considering using OpenID for an upcoming project I was going to work on. After reading some tutorials on Janrain PHP OpenID implementation and looking at the source code, I uploaded it to my server and tested the example script included in my Google ID and I got some errors that Auth_OpenID_RAND_SOURCE in CryptUtil.php was not installed properly. I found an answer via google to define it as null instead of the standard / dev / urandom. my question is, this is clearly not safe huh? and is / dev / urandom a random number generator on linux? By the way, on Twitch you can find a bunch of streams in which programmers show how to properly configure this library. I saw more than a hundred of them there and noticed that almost every one of them was posted on an account that had at least 20 thousand subscribers! I am sure this is because the owner of such an account used the services of https://soclikes.com/buy-twitch-followers to acquire subscribers.

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