This is the first time that a video exploit has been exploited in the recent exploits of Diablo 3.
A group of people discovered the exploit and published it on the GameSpy forums.
“We saw the exploit on a forum where a bunch of players were complaining about their exploits and we figured they were playing with us to test our exploits and they found the exploit,” said one member.
He was able to take advantage of the exploit to upload a game of D3 that was downloaded from the Game Spy site.
The exploit was first reported on March 16.
It allowed players to enter the game’s main menu and load a character’s inventory and inventory items.
The user was able gain access to some of the game features including crafting, trading, and crafting armor.
GameSpist discovered the exploits by reading logs sent to the forum by users.
Game Spist said it found some of these exploits on April 6.
The Game Sply members who discovered the vulnerability are anonymous, and they don’t use the name Diablo3.
They have chosen to not use their real names or identify their forum account.
One member, known only as “TheDude,” reported the exploit as well as the first two exploits.
He said he was able access the game and the first exploit because his account was logged in as Diablo3 and his game was being used to download D3.
Game spist also discovered two more exploits on May 8.
These exploits allow players to bypass a number of GameSpie’s restrictions, including a requirement that the game be installed on the user’s computer.
“The second exploit allows players to create a dummy account and then login to a game from the same IP address,” said Game Spish.
“This allows the user to access all of the features that they need to use without having to log in.”
Game Spicers analysis of the exploits, and the number of exploits reported so far, has not yet been released.
“These exploits do not pose any serious threat to the security of the Diablo III client,” said a Game Spice spokesperson.
“However, they are not without risk as they may be exploited by a third party.”
GameSpice said that the exploits do provide a glimpse into the workings of the client.
“It’s a little bit interesting to see how the Game spys tools are being used and the tools they are trying to use,” said The Dude.
“I’m hoping this will help others to think about their exploit strategies and try to figure out what they’re doing that’s causing them problems.”