Some users have used exploits to rapidly gain huge amounts of experience. Some users have used exploits to gain donations for Roblox to help them get their games approved for the store. Also, exploits can be used to hack in-game account credentials in cheating scenarios. Also, some have used exploits to have other neighborhood users simply share attack scripts and updates with them so they don't need to update, hack, risk jailtime, or learn how to make their own exploits. This opens up doors to having your stealing attacks spread. Note that sooner or later the infected users will face one the following interesting and unavoidable scenarios, such as login keys being stolen, accounts being made or, best case scenario, engineered for easy cleaning.
As of the middle of December 2018, usage of a banned version of Roblox's SDK made it possible to execute a Lua script and open up the Lua interpreter. This led to scripts that opened up the Lua interpreter. The end result was being able to easily hack into accounts of whatever game one wanted to hack. Of course, the usual users of this exploit used it to align with their own game, but also users used it to steal in-game items in their friend's game or any game of their friend.
The script could use scripts to unlock accounts, steal in-game items, or even upgrade the user's account to get access to increased penalties and items. The exploit has the potential of getting most in-game items, as it could contain most of the user's inventory.
Roblox has taken steps to ensure that it makes it as hard as possible to get the majority of items in-game. It has been found that only 5% of the items can be accessed with scriptors. However, they have also taken steps to ensure that it is as easy as possible for users to get some of the items. For example, in the RP games, there is a Key Item that is available that can be found in a shop. This is only available to those who are trusted and verified on Roblox and not accessible with scripts, which is good. d2c66b5586