While Microsoft is yet to issue a patch for the latest Internet Explorer zero-day (CVE-2013-3893), reports are coming in that the flaw has been exploited more widely and for a longer time than initially believed.
Over the weekend, FireEye researchers have managed to shed some light on the in-the-wild attacks leveraging the latest discovered Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2013-3893), and have tracked it back to the Chinese hacking group that hit Bit9 earlier this year.
This recently discovered Internet Explorer zero day vulnerability is bad.
Microsoft has yesterday unexpectedly released a security advisory warning users about instances of active exploitation of a vulnerability found in all supported versions of Internet Explorer (6-11).
September's edition of Microsoft's patch Tuesday advance notification has emerged in all its glory.
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