Drive By IE Attacks Subside; Threat Remains
The wave of zero day attacks against a gaping hole in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser appears to have subsided, but in the absence of a patch, security experts warn that the risk remains significant.
During the weekend of March 25-26, malware hunters discovered more than 200 unique URLs using the unpatched IE flaw to launch drive-by downloads of bots, spyware, back doors and other Trojan downloaders. Drive-By IE Attacks Subside; Threat Remains
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