Cybertech has come up with its own poker software, and if you go to our website, you’ll find that it is, at the very least, promising. It can show you more than just impressive visuals—you can browse through the whole site to get a feel of what the company can provide but if you’re after serious business, you might as well know what’s behind the scenes. You should know the inner workings behind Cybertech’s poker software and assess it from there. Here’s a rundown of the Client software, its update manager, and logging functions.
The Client Poker Software
The 3D client software is a downloadable Windows program guaranteed compatible with all versions of Windows from XP onwards. It runs on Cybertech’s Atlantis Network. It was coded in C++ programming language to optimize performance and size, and uses Microsoft’s DirectX API for its 3D graphics—hardware accelerated and high performance. The client has a built-in custom 3D engine and Graphical User Interface (GUI) engine that ensures high levels of customization when it comes to the overall feel and appearance. The client software is made up of about half a million lines of programming.
The Custom Update Manager
Bootstrap is the label for the custom built update manager, and is responsible for always keeping the client software updated and ensures that files downloaded are only the necessary ones from one of numerous download origins. Bootstrap also checks file integrity and reinstall any missing or corrupted files.
The Logging System
Logging and reporting bugs is a big issue with Massively Multiplayer Online Games like a virtual casino. Especially reporting bugs that can be abused or may not even be bugs at all, but security risks from hackers or viruses. The client constantly and consistently logs all network and user activities as well as internal states, among many others, onto the client CPU’s hard drive. These logs are kept for seven days. If any technical issues or problems arise, these log files complement server kept and maintained logs. If sent in by a player, these logs can provide detailed important info from the client computer’s end that may assist in resolving issues complained about by the player. These files don’t store sensitive info like player passwords and are kept encrypted for maximum security. Aside from these logs, the client also boasts a crash-handler which automatically creates a report and sends it back to the Atlantis Network technicians in the even of a client crash-which is highly unlikely. The report has detailed technical data related to the client and the crash that helps in tracking down and correcting the technical difficulties that could’ve caused the crash. These reports are sent in without the user or player doing anything; hence they provide a concise and accurate description of the nature and number of crashes the client has experienced on a daily basis. This allows for much quicker response times from technicians and thus quickly addresses any new problems and keeps the client stable and healthy. Like the logs, the poker software crash-handler doesn’t keep or send personal or sensitive data of players.