The hacker news is reporting that a security researcher working for the company responsible for the latest version of Minecraft has been hacked.
The hack appears to have been launched by a Russian botnet.
The botnet apparently used a technique called “zero-day” to create the botnet, which has since been shut down.
The botnet reportedly took advantage of a flaw in Minecraft 1.7.2.
The exploit allows an attacker to use an existing network connection to get around network security measures.
The exploit allows for remote code execution and can bypass the Minecraft’s sandboxing.
The researcher reported the exploit to Mojang on Thursday.
This isn’t the first time hackers have used a zero-day exploit to gain access to a Minecraft server.
Last week, researchers in France reported the use of the same technique to get into a server in the French Alps.
This week, a researcher in Australia reported an exploit to get inside an Minecraft server and take control of a server that was infected by a botnet that was using the exploit.