It’s easy to lose track of the latest hacks and exploit vulnerabilities, but it’s even more important to remember which ones are being reported and fixed.
Here’s a look at the latest Minecraft hacks and exploits reported in 2017, according to a survey conducted by security firm Rapid7.
We’ll start with the most popular hacks, and then rank the top 10 vulnerabilities.1.
The Pangu server was hackedThe most common way to breach a Pangu Pangu website is to send an email to the address, and when that email arrives, a malicious program named Pangu will load it.
This malicious code can take control of the server, install malware, and execute code remotely.
Pangu says it patched the server in August, but the attack is still active.2.
The RottenTomatoes website was hackedAnother common way for hackers to gain access to a site is to steal login credentials from its users.
In this case, the hacker has to be a bot or a third-party app.
A bot bot is a bot that does things like take a screenshot, create a YouTube video, or perform other simple tasks.
This bot can be used to take over a site, take over the page, or even to install additional malware.3.
The MySpace homepage was hackedAfter MySpace was hacked, several celebrities and other members of the entertainment industry used a website called The Social Network, which was used to advertise their personal Facebook accounts.
This was done to make their personal profiles look more attractive to potential advertisers.
The hackers who stole the account used malware to steal their passwords and account details, which were used to send the malware to the website.4.
The YouTube page of The Simpsons was hackedThis YouTube page was hacked in February, and it was exploited by a group of hackers who hijacked the video’s thumbnail image and then modified it to be in the Simpsons style.
Once the hacker got to the YouTube page, they downloaded the malicious software, installed it to the page’s URL, and posted it.5.
The Facebook homepage was breachedIn December, an anonymous hacker breached Facebook’s homepage and accessed all the posts and comments.
This means that the attackers gained access to users’ posts and conversations, as well as all the data they had uploaded to Facebook’s servers.6.
The Minecraft website was compromisedIn January, the popular Minecraft server was attacked.
The server was set up to make users sign in with their Facebook account, and in that process, the hackers took advantage of an exploit in Minecraft to gain control of all the server’s users.
This exploit, known as the “Pangu” attack, allowed the hackers to upload malicious code to Minecraft servers.7.
The Twitter homepage was compromisedTwitter was one of the most frequently reported breaches in 2017.
The Amazon Alexa bot was hackedAmazon’s Alexa software is an integral part of the internet’s voice-activated services, and this vulnerability allowed a hacker who had access to the Alexa service to change the speaker to a different person by pretending to be someone else.
The attacker used this vulnerability to change Alexa’s default speaker to someone else, so it could be used by someone else to listen to the same audio as the attacker.9.
The Google search results were hackedThe same vulnerability that allowed hackers to change Google’s default search engine was also used to compromise the Google search engine.
This vulnerability allowed the hacker to change search results and make it appear as if they were from a different company.10.
The Instagram video was hackedWhen hackers breached Instagram, they took advantage, using an exploit called the “Molotov cocktail” attack.
Molotov cocktails are devices that explode when they are lit, but instead of exploding, they instead leave behind a chemical cloud that damages computers.
The Molotuv cocktail is a particularly potent form of malware that can be easily deployed in the wild.
This article originally appeared on New York magazine.