• Computer Science
  • Published 1999

How we Learned to Cheat in Online Poker: A Study in Software Security

@inproceedings{Arkin1999HowWL,
  title={How we Learned to Cheat in Online Poker: A Study in Software Security},
  author={Brad Arkin and Fiona Hill and Scott Marks and Matt Schmid and Thomas John Walls},
  year={1999}
}
Poker is card game that many people around the world enjoy. Poker is played at kitchen tables, in casinos and cardrooms, and, recently, on the Web. A few of us here at Reliable Software Technologies (http://www.rstcorp.com) play poker. Since many of us spend a good amount of time on-line, it was only a matter of time before some of us put the two interests together. This is the story of how our interests in online poker and software security mixed to create a spectacular security exploit. 

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