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NAME

       pollen - an Entropy-as-a-Service web server

SYNOPSIS

       pollen [OPTION]...

OPTIONS

       -http-port  -  the  HTTP  port  on  which to listen and serve cleartext
       responses; use "" to disable; default is "80"

       -https-port - the HTTPS port on which to listen  and  serve  encrypted,
       TLS responses; use "" to disable; default is "443"

       -device  -  the  device  to  use  for  reading and writing random data;
       default is /dev/urandom

       -bytes - the size, in bytes, to transmit and receive each time to peers
       or neighbors listening in the pool; default is 64

       -cert    -    the   path   to   the   TLS   certificate;   default   is
       /etc/pollen/cert.pem

       -key - the path to the TLS key; default is /etc/pollen/key.pem

DESCRIPTION

       pollen is an Entropy-as-a-Service web server,  providing  random  seeds
       over a TLS encrypted connection.

       All   requests   are   serviced   over   HTTPS,   using   the   key  at
       /etc/pollen/key.pem and the cert at /etc/pollen/cert.pem.

       Some configuration options are available to the system administrator in
       /etc/default/pollen.

SEE ALSO

       pollen(1), pollinate(1)

AUTHOR

       This   manpage   and  the  utility  were  written  by  Dustin  Kirkland
       <kirkland@ubuntu.com> for Ubuntu systems (but may be used  by  others).
       Permission  is  granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3  published
       by the Free Software Foundation.

       On  Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License
       can be found  in  /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL,  or  on  the  web  at
       http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt.