RoBLox hackers have been releasing exploit code that can take down all sorts of online accounts.
Hackers are exploiting the bug in the game’s “User Interface” code to send emails to accounts, sending messages with text and images, and even to steal the passwords of accounts.
If the hackers can gain access to an account’s password, they can use it to reset the account and then send an email to the account’s owner to delete their password.
The hack, which was first reported by GameSpot, has already been spotted on the Steam platform and has been making the rounds on Twitter.
While the exploit is only available to users on Steam, other popular platforms such as iOS, Android, and Windows Phone all have the exploit, which is also found on Xbox Live and other gaming networks.
There is no indication that the exploit has been publicly released, but if it does, it will be interesting to see if users can find out how to use it.
We’re going to try to make a list of all the accounts that have been hacked, how to get into them, and then try to figure out what’s going on.
You can read more about how the exploits are implemented on the RoBLX forums.
Update: The hack has since been patched to stop it from happening, so you shouldn’t need to worry about it anymore.
We did have to delete some of the accounts due to the size of the exploit.