An Elysian vulnerability was found in the Android app that can be exploited to remotely wipe a user’s phone.
Elysians vulnerability was also exploited in the exploit code found by an anonymous hacker.
The security researchers behind the exploit said they found the exploit in a sample of roblX, the popular online marketplace.
The app, which lets users buy and sell goods, is used by millions of users every day.
The researchers said the vulnerability was discovered by exploiting a bug in roblix’ Android app, but didn’t say how it was exploited.
They didn’t release a list of potential targets for the exploit, which they said was made available in a PDF file.
Rblix has been targeted by cybercriminals in the past.
A hacker released malware that caused the website of one of the most popular retailers, Walmart, to temporarily go offline.
In August, hackers breached a number of websites belonging to the company.
Last year, a group of hackers stole over 5,000 passwords from a number, including those of the CEO and vice president of RBLX, according to The Register.RBLX has more than 1 million monthly active users, and the company has more staff than Google, according the company’s website.
The roblxtrap library of exploit code, which can be used to compromise a system remotely, was written by a hacker who goes by the name of xtr.
xtra also has the same codebase as the roblax exploit.