A PS4 exploit was one of the most exploited vulnerabilities of the year, according to security firm Symantec.
The exploit, which was found in an online banking app, allows attackers to remotely steal funds from victims and make them appear to be victims of an attack.
The attack took place in July, according Symantech.
The banking app in question was called “GetMoney”, and the vulnerability has since been patched.
The app lets users deposit money into their account using a debit card.
This is how the attack works: An attacker sends a message to a victim’s mobile phone, instructing them to open a bank account with the victim’s name.
The attacker then attempts to use the victim as a customer.
Once the victim opens the account, the attacker can use a phishing attack to trick the victim into opening the account with their real name.
After that, the hacker sends another message to the victim, asking for their login details.
The victim then opens a new bank account for the attacker.
The new account is opened with the same details as the previous account.
The attackers can then access the victim account with a phish password, and the victim is able to use their funds.
The phishing code is used to get a victim to open up a new account.
Once it has done so, the exploit exploits the vulnerability and sends a POST request to the attacker’s server.
The response comes back to the attackers, saying that the victim has opened an account with “Getmoney” as their login.
This allows the attackers to access the funds stored in the victim accounts, and to withdraw them.
The amount of money that has been stolen from victims has varied, with some of them receiving over $500,000.
However, the majority of victims have reported that they have been able to recover $150,000 to $300,000 from the attackers.
Symantebot, the company that created the PS4 Exploit Kit, has now published a guide for how to recover the money back.
You can find the guide in the article.
The PS4 exploits vulnerability is one of several PS4-related exploits that Symantetech found to be exploitable, including the one that was found to have been exploited on a PlayStation 4 console last month.