A major patch to Microsoft’s next-generation console has been released that can be used to exploit buffer overflow vulnerabilities in upcoming Xbox games.
The patch is a patch for the latest Xbox One title, Destiny, which is scheduled to be released on August 6, 2017.
It was released in late February, and the patch addresses three of the most common buffer overflow bugs that have been found on the game.
A buffer overflow vulnerability in the game’s code can lead to a memory corruption issue when the Xbox is launched, according to Microsoft.
The game’s developers patched the bug to prevent the bug from affecting other games on the same platform, but it has not been confirmed if other games are affected by the issue.
A vulnerability in Destiny’s code allows the game to cause an infinite loop if an exploit is executed.
The exploit exploits a buffer overrun vulnerability in Microsoft’s own GameStream implementation, which the company uses to process graphics and audio data.
The exploit in the Destiny patch can be triggered by clicking the ‘Start Game’ button.
When this occurs, the game loads a new version of the game that can execute code.
This is when the exploit in Destiny is triggered.
If the exploit fails, it can also be triggered from within a program that is running in a browser or in the console.
This is the first patch for Destiny.
It will likely be the last for the game, as Microsoft has promised that it will continue to release updates.
Bungie and Activision both said in February that the game would be patched on August 5.