Attackers hit new IE vulnerability

Wednesday, 20 September 2006, 1:02 AM EST

Reports have surfaced of a newly-discovered vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer that is actively being exploited. Sunbelt Software first detected the attacks against the exploit that can be used to install and run malware on affected systems.

Sunbelt has linked the attacks to a group of adult websites that are hosted in Russia.

At vnunet.

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