Linear Feedback Shift Registers (LFSR) play a vital role to provide cybersecurity for the data communication system. LFSR is a shift register where the input is linear of its previous states. The most important application of LFSR is the device’s ability to generate a pseudo-random sequence of values that are used in encryption and decryption to secure personal data. Moreover, LFSR is used in Cyclic Redundancy Check Calculations (CRC) which can help to detect errors and corruption in data communications as LFSR feedback values can be modified. The main objective of the research is to generate the pseudo-random sequence of values in 3-bit, 4-bit, and 8-bit using the multiple registers with XOR as different taps selection. In the research, we used D(Data) flip flops and XOR alternative taps to identify the difference in the values for different arrangements in circuit diagrams using the software Quartus. After the simulation, we test the circuit on the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) board to check the generated binary random number displaying the LED “on” or in “off” state.