Pretty much the worst nightmare for any online poker player would be their account being compromised. While online poker security is to a large extent the responsibility of the operator, it’s also the player’s responsibility to ensure they’re playing at a safe site to begin with.
Here, then, is a list of four things to keep in mind when selecting a place to play poker online. If the operator meets these criteria, you can be pretty certain that your funds are safe with them.
The bubble has burst – and not the good kind, where if you’re still in the tournament you’ll make money. Use any imagery you want, but the fact of the matter is that there’s nowhere left to hide: vicious Odlanor malware now allows attackers to see your hole cards at PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. If operators don’t want everyone fleeing, they better act fast.
Everyone who plays online poker wants their experience and gameplay to be as secure as possible. As a computer security professional, I decided to take it upon myself to enhance the security of online poker games. I’ve just come out with a video to explain the project I’m working on. Please have a look and join me in my quest to make online poker more secure.
If you’re worried that playing poker online may expose you to an inordinate amount of risk as far as your online poker bankroll, there are a number of measures you can take to protect yourself. This post goes into detail with 3 great tips for how you could keep your poker money safe online. Read on to find out more.