Shaiya EN is currently about as secure to duping/injection as a tissue paper bridge is likely to carry cars in the rain.
Sighborg, Render, Tactics - it's about time to come clean about the situation of Shaiya EN. The evidence about how bad the duping has got is out there for anyone with half a brain to get hold of. The longer you keep hushing it up, in spite of more and more people becoming aware of the extent the game has been compromised, the lower the trust in Aeria as the host of the game will sink. You are now at a stage where honesty still might stir some sympathy and solidarity among your remaining loyal customers. Wait much longer, and you will not even get that anymore.
You know...back in the day you used to be informed by some of your GSes (I was not one of them) in order to keep abreast with the threats to the game. The Shaiya team did their best to alienate these GSes in spite of their long term services to keep the game secure. I am not saying these GSes were the only reason why Shaiya was at least slightly more secure before, but since they left the team, their contribution appear to be sorely missed. Way to go on wasting the best non-cost resource you ever had.
3-4 years ago (before I was part of it, mind you), the strength of the Shaiya GS team was something that made Aeria stand apart. It was loaded with players who volunteered their competence not just for the community, but also for Aeria. Today, that last bit has all gone to rot.
Several GSes and players have remained loyal to Aeria because through being the LEGAL distributor of the game, that puts Aeria among the good guys by default. Legal = good. The trouble is, the legal distributor has grown increasingly more insular and impervious to input from the people who have actively sought to help the company and protect the community from the illegal operators that have sought to harm Shaiya EN. These people are STILL loyal to Aeria, but now ONLY through the fact that they are the LEGAL distributors. Before, in the mists of 2007/2008, it was also because the company obviously encouraged this sort of interaction with its volunteers.
I have to hand it to you, Aeria. Given where you were when I signed up for Shaiya, you have done an amazing job of systematically ruining the things that made you stand apart. I wonder what the next bullet you are going to aim at your feet will be loaded with.