Hackers are targeting GBA games to exploit a bug that lets users access the memory of other apps.
The exploit was first spotted by the news site Kotaku , and the news website reported that a number of games, including many released in the past year, had been compromised.
According to the report, hackers gained access to the memory for the apps of the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore, as well as the Google Wallet and Google Docs apps.
According to the reports, the hackers can steal passwords, email addresses, and personal information of users.
The report did not provide any further details about the exploit.
The exploits were first spotted in May of this year, and the report noted that the attackers were able to break into the game ROM of many GBA titles.
According the report on Kotaku, the exploit was discovered when hackers were able access the game’s internal memory.
The GBA Rom Hackers have since been targeting games with the same exploit.
Kotaku’s report also revealed that the exploit allows the hackers to delete the game data from the game.
However, this is the first time the exploit has been disclosed to the public, since the issue was first discovered in May.
The news site added that a fix was in the works, but did not reveal what that fix would be.