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Late on July 10, Microsoft released a blog post disclosing that they were aware of a zero-day attack in the wild. This attack exploits a previously unpatched Internet Explorer vulnerability (CVE-2013-3163). It’s interesting that the vulnerability was just patched in this month’s Patch Tuesday (July 9), which is perhaps only a coincidence. Although we do […]

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A new vulnerability found in Microsoft Internet Explorer affects Internet Explorer version 8.  The vulnerability allows attackers to execute code on a machine by just having the user visit a malicious website. This can happen, for example, when the user is tricked into clicking a link in an email or via compromised legitimate websites, such […]

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Through a collaboration with Eric Romang (@eromang), independent security researcher we can confirm that the watering hole campaigns are still ongoing and are targeting multiple targets, including as an example a major Hong Kong political party website.This website is actually using the new version of the original Internet Explorer (CVE-2012-4792) vulnerability attack, but right now […]

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