A new exploit has been spotted in the wild, enabling complete remote code execution (RCE) on clients and servers running popular Minecraft mods on 1.7.10/1.12.2 Forge.
In Minecraft, a new threat has emerged A malware known as the "Fractureiser" has been causing havoc, infecting mods and spreading. This blog post aims to shed light on this devastating outbreak, providing an in-depth analysis of the malware, its impact, and the steps taken by the community to combat it.
The Minecraft community has recently been hit with shocking news. The widely used CurseForge and Bukkit platforms have reportedly been compromised. Many groups have reported malware uploaded on various projects, potentially through a security vulnerability in the Overwolf platform.
On January 11th, 2023, MinecraftOnline, the oldest public server for Minecraft, reported two suspicious Gradle wrapper JARs in their repositories. A new contributor updated these JARs to the project.
As a Minecraft server admin, it's important to prioritize security and maintenance to ensure that your server is stable, reliable, and safe for your players. Here are a few best practices to keep in mind
As a Minecraft Java developer, you will inevitably encounter bugs and issues while creating your plugins.
Debugging and troubleshooting these issues can be a challenging and time-consuming process, but there are several best practices that can help make it more efficient and effective.
BungeeCord and Spigot are popular software platforms for managing Minecraft servers. Both are used by server administrators to create custom plugins and manage player connections and are popular choices for large server networks.
However, like any software, they can be vulnerable to a variety of threats if not properly secured. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the vulnerabilities that BungeeCord and Spigot servers may face and how to protect against them.