I am not a security expert but I have been in the Punkbuster environment for some time and suggestions like these could always be implemented. Security Improvements which I think should be accounted for in DB and lower the risk of ban are: Code: -Static process name change that uses ascii. (do not have it called Demonbuddy.exe) -All dll's and common file names should all be compiled into ONE ".exe" -Registry files should have a static directory (if DB drops reg files) -checksum randomize knowing warden system could and probably explains in the EULA that they can search your computer. All profile randomize will have to be done from the creator of course which I see people are catching on. Any feedback and possible forwarding this to the dev's would help protect DB users... in my opinion.