In today's digital world, data protection is extremely important. Every company's data is a valuable asset, so it's important to ensure that it's secured from outside threats. Information security is not only an effective but also a necessary element to protect data from unauthorized access. The confidentiality of any communication system is strengthening with the help of random number generators along with some analog circuitry. This type of analog models demands more power and area. So analog circuit-based hardware Random Number Generators (RNG) are least preferred over digital RNGs. To improve the security every industry depends on the one-time password (OTP). Which gives the security but generation of the OTP is very easy. Random number generator is used for the generation of OTP. Similarly, hacking such OTP is easier than creating them. This paper introduces the Anti-Aging controller TRNG, a highly stable high-performance random number generator Anti-Aging Cryptographically Secured True Random Number Generator (AACTRNG). Implementation of this work can be done by using TANNER EDA Tools and ModelSim-Altera 6.4a (Quartus-II 9.0) used for the simulation to retrieve random numbers.
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hi everyone,I tried typing what said up there but did not work, however i figured it out. This is what i did:1. at the very top of my Quartus II window there is an address that reads: C:/altera/14.1/ (the name of my file.)2.following the instructions above I got to the tools>>options>>EDA tool options and on the \"modelsim-altera\" slot I wrote the address>>C:/altera/14.1/modelsim_ase/win32aloem .(notice the forward slash)3. run it again. 1e1e36bf2d