Rockstar Games Acknowledges Security Exploits in Grand Theft Auto Online

Rockstar Games has recently acknowledged the potential security breach within its flagship title, Grand Theft Auto Online. According to a report by the Rockstar-focused account Tez2, a modder can use an exploit to take away another user's in-game cash, rank, and reset their account's progression completely. Rockstar has issued a statement on its official Twitter account, confirming the issue and vowing to fix it in an upcoming update. 

The exploit was first reported by Tez2, who noted that the modder can use the exploit to gain access to an account and change its details without the user's knowledge. Once the modder has access to the account, they can then reset the user's progress and take away their in-game cash and rank. This can be extremely damaging to players, as it can take away all their hard-earned progress and leave them starting from scratch.

Rockstar Games has since acknowledged the issue and issued a statement on its official Twitter account. The statement reads, "We are aware of an exploit that could potentially allow a modder to take away another user's in-game cash, rank, and reset their account's progression. We are working on a fix and will release it in an upcoming update."

The company has been quick to respond to the issue, and the upcoming update will ensure that players are safe from any malicious modders. The update is expected to arrive soon, and until then, Rockstar has advised players to be extra vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to their support team. 

Rockstar Games has been quick to respond to the potential security breach in Grand Theft Auto Online. The company has acknowledged the issue and has promised to fix it in an upcoming update. Until then, players should be extra vigilant and report any suspicious activity to their support team. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the issue. Leave a comment below!

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