Security researchers at Sunbelt Software have discovered an active malware attack against fully patched versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
The exploit has been seeded at several **** sites hosted in Russia and is being used to launching drive-by malware downloads that appear to be hijacking Windows machines for use in botnets.
There are at least three different sites hosting the malicious executables, which are being served up on a rotational basis.
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News source: eWeek