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Elderwood Project Behind Latest Internet Explorer Zero-Day Vulnerability

January 7, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: Symantec

In our recent blogs about the latest Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability, we explained what watering hole attacks are and referenced our research paper about the Elderwood Project. The paper highlights a string of watering hole attacks by the Elderwood group. After revisiting those previous attacks, we have been able to confirm that this latest Internet Explorer zero-day is a continuation of the Elderwood Project.

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