Exploit developers have released a free Xbox One exploit that enables remote code execution.
The exploit, known as X360Exploit, was developed by exploit developers for the Xbox platform.
X360 is Microsoft’s online-services platform, which includes games, services and applications.
XBone, the Xbox app store, is Microsoft�s online store.
X360Exploits allows attackers to run malicious code on an affected Xbox One or PlayStation 4 system, including using the X360 browser, to gain remote code access.
The exploit can run in the background, or be triggered remotely through an Internet Explorer web browser.
It also allows attackers who have access to the console to install code on the system to execute code.
The X360 exploit is part of a larger collection of exploits for Xbox platforms.
Microsoft released a large list of exploits earlier this month that include Xbox games, applications, and other Microsoft products.
Xbox Live, Microsoft�ve said, is vulnerable to attacks that allow remote code to be executed and used to launch malicious code, including malicious programs.
The Xbox One exploits exploit is not a direct response to those vulnerabilities.