I sort of get what you're trying to say @Argevolen but that wasn't predicting anything, that was working out after the fact what had been randomly generated. After a message was sent the codebreakers could work on it and decode it, then decoding all that day's messages until the "algorithm" was changed. They could not in any way predict what the next message was going to be.
Encryption and PRNG work on the same principle. If you are interested, read the article.
These characteristics make PRNGs suitable for applications where many numbers are required and where it is useful that the same sequence can be replayed easily. Popular examples of such applications are simulation and modeling applications. PRNGs are not suitable for applications where it is important that the numbers are really unpredictable, such as data encryption and gambling.
Along with the existing need to generate easily reproducible sequences of random numbers, there is also the need to generate completely unpredictable or simply completely random numbers. Such generators are called random number generators (RNG). Since such generators are most often used to generate unique symmetric and asymmetric encryption keys, they are most often built from a combination of crypto-resistant PRNG and an external source of entropy (and it is this combination that is now commonly understood as a RNG).
Almost all major microchip manufacturers supply hardware-based PRNGs with different entropy sources, using a variety of methods to cleanse them from inevitable predictability. However, at the moment the speed of random number collection by all existing microchips (several thousand bits per second) does not correspond to the speed of modern processors.
In modern research attempts are made to use the measurement of physical properties of objects (e.g. temperature) or even quantum fluctuations of vacuum as a source of entropy for RNG.
In personal computers, the authors of software RNG use much faster sources of entropy, such as the sound card noise or processor clock counter. Gathering entropy was the most vulnerable point of the RNG. This problem has not yet been fully solved in many devices (e.g. smart cards), which thus remain vulnerable. Many RNG use traditional tried and tested, though slow, methods of entropy collection, such as measuring user response (mouse movement, etc.), such as in PGP and Yarrow, or interactions between threads, such as in Java SecureRandom.
All major poker rooms use entropy sources in their RNGs. In the 21st century this is the basis for the safety and quality of number generation. It also significantly reduces the ability of the poker room to falsify the game.
Which entropy source uses relax gaming in the RNG for poker?
Something tells me that this source of entropy is called "random is random."
My explanation of why rng is not truly random? My explanation is accurate. Go do some research, Google it, or ask Unibet themselves. How did you think random numbers were generated?
@Eeezee so you saw the code 'rng' and you think the current Unibet employees have also seen it ..
1. Did you see the functions used in it?
2. Are you aware that another company is dealing with poker or casino software? So why are you writing here about Unibet employees?
3.Are you aware that a lot of people have access to rng (also programmers without editing options)? do you think Relax is a 3-person garage company? You have to be the last moron to create a weak tool that can easily be beaten (or create some backdoors to control the game) and expose you to fines and loss of reputation - especially when you have dozens of potential leaks.
We're also talking about Relax, who delivers its products to other casinos.
ps. as @Brocky said, no one without white mice before his eyes would brag in public that they found a pattern in any rng
Please give us 5 potential leaks, which makes impossible for Unibet(for example)to use braekeven bots and fishprotection..
I dont want to argue, this is an honest question regarding those leaks, THX!
"Are you aware that a lot of people have access to rng (also programmers without editing options)?"
Also could You be more specific plz, what u meant with this sentence, and how You beacame "aware" of this info..?
Still, dont want argue, honest questions..