Cake Poker’s encryption software seems to have fallen apart like one of those nice Amsterdam cakes, except you don’t get the calming after-effect. No sir! The effect you might get from these is your buddies informing you they’ve baked their pubes into the cakes after you’ve eaten it.
The weak encryption at Cake Poker has meant that any third party between the player and Cake’s server can view and ultimately steal the accounts and/or hole cards of the player. Of course this isn’t the first time that encryption problems have hit online poker sites, with Cereus poker suffering similar problems earlier this year, where they used a weaker encryption coding than SSL, the same system Cake is using. Cereus fixed theirs within days, so lets hope Cake follow suit. Read more.