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Attackers Exploit Serious Zero Day Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Yesterday, Microsoft released a critical security advisory warning customers of a serious new zero day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE), which attackers are exploiting in the wild. According to a  blog post, a security researcher named Eric Romang first discovered the zero day IE exploit as he was poking around a web server hijacked by the Nitro gang. Romang found four malicious files (.html x2, .swf, .exe) on the server, which acted together to infect his fully patched Windows XP machine

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Attackers Exploit Serious Zero Day Internet Explorer Vulnerability
September 18, 2012 — Category: Security Alerts