12th of March 2010 Author: Ava Jackuard
Wajaras allows players to enjoy full online casino and poker games without software download delays or leaving any audit trail.
Wajaras is an intriguing new online gambling service currently emerging from Beta testing with the claim that it simplifies connectivity without sacrificing quality, and has the added advantage of not leaving any trace on the computer used to play.
Gone are irritating download delays, although the service does not rely on Flash technology, and the advantage of leaving a player's computer devoid of any evidence of gambling will appeal to some - those sneaking in a game at work during lunch hour for example.
Players can register for the Wajaras.com service for free and download the Wajaras software to any USB drive from the Wajaras’ web site. Players then can enter the USB drive into almost any Windows computer and after activating the software, receive a list of casinos can be immediately accessed.
Wajaras has so far partnered with around 20 online casinos, including Rushmore Online, RedCherry Casino, SlotsOasis, and Casino Titan.
Players can instantly switch between casinos at any time and once finished simply need to remove the USB drive to disconnect and ensure that no trace of the session remains on the computer.
Wajaras spokesmen say that the service is completely secured. Players’ credentials, payment information, games played or other sensitive information are never transferred to or stored on the used USB drive or computer, or on the Wajaras software or servers.
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