A new exploit script has been posted online by the makers of Diablo 3, the game developer behind the series.
In the script, a group of players are shown a message in the game which says, “Hey, you just played Diablo 3 on the console.
I’ve hacked into the game and I have a new exploit that I found on your hard drive.
The problem is that the exploit only works if you have a game on your system.”
Diablo3.com/HacksThe exploit also says the exploit is only compatible with a single computer.
The script also warns that the code used to run the exploit could be very hard to track down and if you run it, it may make it appear as if you’re on a different computer than your real one.
Diablo2.comIt’s possible to use the exploit on a computer with a Windows or Linux operating system.
The exploit also appears to have been written by the same developers who wrote the previous exploit script, and it appears to be the same exploit used in Diablo2.
The game’s developers did not respond to multiple requests for comment from NBC News.
An exploit called the Diablo3.dll exploit is used in the latest exploit.
An exploit called ‘Diaper’ is used on an iPhone 5s device.
It is a graphical modification of the Diablo2 exploit that makes it look like a game is being played on the device, and has the capability of launching the game in fullscreen mode.
Diaper.exe/HitsA new exploit is posted on the Diablo 3 website, saying, “We have found a new vulnerability in Diablo3 which allows us to launch Diablo3 in full screen mode.”
Diabloc3.net/Sensory ExploitsA video posted on Diabloc 3’s website says, “[Diablo] has the ability to send audio to the microphone.
This is used to enable players to listen to audio cues on their own audio headsets.
This enables players to ‘buddy up’ and have a good time with each other.”
The video goes on to say that the video is made with “no intention of being malicious.”
Diagnosed with cancer, a woman was able to download the exploit from the site and played it on her iPhone 5S device.
It’s unclear how the exploit works, but it appears that it can be triggered from any PC on your network, whether it’s your own or someone else’s.
It’s also unclear if the exploit would be a permanent solution for any game or game patch that patches Diablo3, or if it would be temporary until a patch was released.
This post has been updated with more information from Blizzard.