> I once said I like this simple limitation, but seeing my quoted
> example of phaser targeting aids this is too little, because this
> can't be controlled by the protocol, yet it is against the "fair
> game" concept where the core action is supposed to be performed by
> the human.

If you feel the level of security isn't high enough, 
feel free to suggest protocol architecture modifications
and provide the programmers to implement them. And by this,
I mean specific suggestions along the lines of "a det circle
feature packet should contain these bytes encrypted in this
manner". Just saying "we're not secure enough" when we don't 
even have the resources to fix significant outstanding metaserver
bugs is not constructive.