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Crime Rings Target IE ‘SetSlice’ Flaw; ZProtector Released

In-the-wild exploits against the latest unpatched Windows vulnerability have started circulating, using Internet Explorer as the attack vector to load identity theft Trojans and rootkits on infected machines. The exploits target a Windows Shell vulnerability that was first released during HD Moore’s Month of Browser Bugs project in July 2006 and is being launched by a known cybercrime organization operating out of Russia, according to virus hunters tracking the threat. Full Story

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