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Investigating Security of Online Casino Security in 2020

Online casinos are making more gains than ever in making sure players have the safest and most secure experiences ever, and 2020 looks set for even more.

The online casino industry has come a long way since
the first websites launched in the early 90s. Back then, online credit card
payments were in their infancy, and by today’s standards were so insecure it
must have been like walking into a bank and being given free money for cybercriminals.

Fast forward to 2020, and there are now so many
security measures in place that theft of card details and funds in online
casinos such as PartyCasino is becoming near impossible for would-be crooks.

However, the industry is always evolving, with new and
improved measures continually being added as new features to add extra security
to the online gaming experience. Let’s take a more in-depth look into online
casino security trends in 2020.

 

Crypto Currency Payments

The general feeling around crypto currencies has somewhat relaxed over the years, now that people have a better understanding. There are various industries that most likely find crypto almost tailor-made for them, but the online casino industry must realistically be among the most worthy. Although SSL technology is in place for domains using https instead of HTTP, crypto uses a technology that makes it near impossible to crack, because the path into the website is scrambled across so many different locations. Online casinos aren’t just receiving crypto payments these days, but even creating their entire platforms using blockchain, which is the same technology used by crypto currencies. This means that while hacking into a crypto currency account is a no go, so is hacking into the casino to swipe funds out of casino accounts. Expect online casinos to be migrating over to block chain platforms in their droves.

Customised Payment Methods

Online casinos have never been the types to sit around
and wait for others to innovate and then adopt the technology. In fact, online
payments and their security measures have often been the work of the online
casino industry, especially considering the annoyance they cause credit card
companies due to the sheer scale of transactions needing to be processed. With
mobile casinos now overtaking the popularity of desktop, payment methods
modelled on Apple Pay could start popping up. There’s nothing stopping casinos
from developing their M-payment methods, which work off a token assigned to
your bank account and not attached to a card. This means that access to card
details is inaccessible. It shouldn’t be long until desktop casinos become
non-events, and mobile takes over, thus increasing the odds of custom M-payment
options. This presents added security and will give players further incentive
to move away from sharing card details.

Live Dealer Security

We all know how difficult it is to cheat playing
online casino games. In fact, playing online casino games doesn’t give players
the chance to cheat because it’s all determined by random number generators.
While this is the case for the animated games, the live casino games still
present opportunities for some card counting, roulette predicting around various others. Having
picked up cases since Live Dealers’ inception, plus a few other transgressions,
casinos are now employing the services of professionals to identify illegal
tactics in Live Dealer. This should be standard practice by all casinos by the
end of the year, so players believing Live Dealer presents fraud opportunities
could soon be in the black book.

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