After having discovered a new IE zero-day exploit being actively used in the wild, FireEye researchers have revealed that the watering hole attack is more than likely mounted by the same Chinese hacker group that orchestrated Operation DeputyDog and the attack on Bit9.
With this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has delivered the patch for the infamous Internet Explorer zero-day (CVE-2013-3893) that has been spotted being used in attacks that date as back as three or four months ago and have been tied to the Chinese hacking group that hit Bit9 earlier this year.
Itís been an interesting month for the Microsoft Security watchers of the world.
As the date of the release of the final version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 8 and RT draws near, Microsoft has announced that it has paid out over $28,000 to six researchers who have successfully participated in the month-long bug bounty program for IE 11.
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.
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