From an online forum, a hacker known as egg sandwich hacked into the Fortnightly network and posted information on the site’s servers.
He also published videos of Fortnites servers being used to perform other types of attack, including ones that would cause data loss.
“This isn’t a new vulnerability,” said Jeff Masters, a cybersecurity expert and president of the nonprofit group Cybersecurity Focus, which has published a series of bulletins about the issue.
“The fact that this was found by a hacker on the internet means that they were aware of the issue, and that they have been actively working to fix it.”
The hacker who exposed the vulnerability also posted a video showing how he had exploited the same vulnerability in the past.
Masters said the breach shows that attackers still have a way to go before they can use the Fort nightlies to attack users.
“We’re going to see more and more sophisticated attackers, which means that Fortnits will continue to be vulnerable,” he said.
In a blog post Wednesday, Fortnited developers said they were working to make the hack more difficult to detect.
The company is also updating its website to include information on how to make changes to Fortnit, as well as making the site more secure for Fortnight users.
In addition to making the website safer, Fortnight will be expanding its support for the Android operating system, the developers wrote.
“For the first time ever, we are introducing a new Fortnight service, and it will enable Fortnight to work with any Android device running Android 4.1,” the Fort Night developers wrote in a blogpost.
The blogpost also said the FortNight platform is “compatible with Android phones, tablets, and other mobile devices.”
The Fortnight website will be updated to include a “code of conduct” for users, which will help them to understand the risks they are taking, and how to prevent them from exploiting the vulnerabilities.
In response to the Fortner breach, a Fortniting spokesman said the company is committed to making Fortnight more secure.
“Fortnite is working with its security team to implement additional security measures to address any further exploits in the coming days,” the spokesman said in a statement.
“While we cannot comment on specific exploits, FortNight is taking steps to ensure that our network is secure and secure for everyone.”