Hackers with the sims hacker have released a new software exploit to remotely infect sims with malicious code.

The exploit works on the system of the SimCity 2014 PC game, but also on other SimCity games released for the platform.

The hacker said that it would work on any platform with a Microsoft-made version of SimCity.

The malicious code that is being exploited is still not clear.

The new hack exploits the SimTripManager.dll plugin.

The plugin allows the game to launch SimTranings in a browser or on any other program that can run the Sim City engine.

It can also launch the game on other systems with a modified version of the plugin.

That could include Mac and Linux systems, although Microsoft has yet to announce any plans for a similar solution.

It also does not work on the Windows version of Sims.

It is unknown what other platforms it could be targeted on.

This hack works in the background, but the exploit is still active in the sandbox, allowing anyone with malicious intent to continue hacking the game.

The SimCity hacker did not say who was behind the attack.

However, it could mean that SimCity is being used to launch malicious software on other platforms, or that hackers are using the game as a staging area for malicious code they are working on.

The hack also appears to work on Mac and Windows systems, as well as Linux and Android.

It was not clear whether the attack affected any other game, and whether it had any effect on any systems.

“It’s not really clear how this attack works,” said the hacker, who goes by the name of “Virus”.

“There’s no indication of malicious code being executed.”

The hack does not appear to affect any games that have been patched by Microsoft, though it could affect other software in the future.

A security researcher who works for the hacker said the exploit could not be patched for some games because it is not an official game patch.

“We can’t fix it for some of them, so we can’t say for sure,” the security researcher said.

The security researcher added that it could not determine how much malicious code had been injected into the game or how much of it had been modified.

It could be a small amount of malicious software, or it could potentially have been an entire virus, he said.

However the hacker’s claim that the SimCities exploit was a game-specific exploit does not mean that it is a full-blown exploit.

He did not elaborate.

SimCity has been patched and is fully compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. The virus is being distributed by the hacker under the name “Golaget.dll”, but the hacker did have a way to infect other systems and other platforms with malicious software.

“I think there’s a way of doing this,” he said, although it would be hard to make the exploit executable, or able to be shared by a group of users.

“The most likely outcome is that we would have a backdoor for a lot of people that do this sort of thing, but it’s a very dangerous thing.”

A security vulnerability in SimCity could lead to a denial of service attack, where the internet becomes overloaded and crash a computer.

This would be extremely difficult to prevent.

“In theory, it’s possible that someone would take over an entire server and cause a massive load,” said Alex Fowler, senior threat researcher at Malwarebytes.

“But the security issues would make that very difficult.”

SimCity can also be used to host malicious content, such as adware, malware, or spam.

The malware used in the attack appears to be not malicious.

“What this virus does is make it so that every time you play it, it downloads and installs a bunch of new malware, which is not what the system needs to function,” said Fowler.

The hacked version of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. was released by the same hacker who made the earlier SimCity hack, which he called a “virus” because it was so similar to the one that caused the SimSim hack.

It contains the same malware, and it could also have been modified to be more aggressive.

“This is just another way of making money by making this malware,” said one of the hackers.

“They are making money off of this.”

It is unclear if the hack has any impact on the game itself.

The Hacker News thread on the Simcity hacker’s blog has since been taken down.

A spokesperson for Microsoft told PC Gamer that they have not received any reports of any infections related to the game and that the company is working with law enforcement to investigate the matter.

It’s unclear if other SimCasts have been affected.