A report from the POC 2012 Conference in Seoul, South Korea shows that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and the Crytek 3 game engines have security issues that make all titles based on them vulnerable.
The report, as quoted by ComputerWorld, does not specify the exact vulnerabilities, after making it clear that the two engines have separate security flaws, but ReVuln, a security consulting firm, has demonstrated the issues.
It seems that the newly launched Black Ops 2 might also have security problems, mainly linked to the various multiplayer modes.
ReVuln expects to get an official commission from Activision to investigate and fix the problems.
A security breach linked to the multiplayer modes might be very damaging to the sales prospects of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which is expected to shatter records during this fall.