IE 0day exploit domains (constantly updated)

Published: 2009-07-06
Last Updated: 2009-07-17 20:36:33 UTC
by Andre Ludwig (Version: 19)
6 comment(s)

This diary entry contains a list of domains that are exploiting the new IE-0day as well as secondary domains that are hosting potentially malicious binaries utilized in these attacks.  This list  has been produced as a combined effort of researchers, vendors, and volunteers. You can thank the groups below for their efforts and their willingness to share this information with the public.  This list is intended to serve as a quick way to provide protection against these attacks by identifying domains that are hosting these (and potentially other) exploits. This list is not formatted for any specific file format, it is up to you the reader to translate this date into the proper formatting that your environment requires.   

** In regards to IDS/IPS signatures, I would highly suggest looking for the malformed file vs trying to catch every permutation of the JS/Html seen.  Emerging threats has a signature that looks for the malformed file, it can be found in their main rules file.   2009493 - ET CURRENT_EVENTS Likely MSVIDCTL.dll exploit in transit (emerging.rules)

This diary entry will be updated frequently. The information provided has had varying degrees of verification performed on it. As such this information is provided as is.  There may very well be mistakes, mistakes that may result in legitimate sites being blocked if you choose to use this list as a block list.


Update: Removed some false positives (,, as well as a few IP addresses)

Update:    Removed, which reported back that they cleaned up the malicious files.

Link on how to leverage DNS to blackhole/redirect queries.

Google Cache version of the above link


Massive thanks go to the following contributors:

IBM X-Force
Sunbelt Software
Telenor SOC


List of exploit domains:



Second stage domains (binaries downloaded from these domains):

Ip's (no domain used in exploit page):

6 comment(s)


I am collaborating with one of the listed domains and cannot found anything wrong until now.
How can I know who is listing my domain and what was found to be included in this "exploit domains" list?

Any help will be appreciated

Send an email to with the domain in question and we will try and send you the full url that was detected as hosting the exploit. It would be best that the person who is responsible for the domain contact us directly vs third parties.
I sent a mail to handlers@ explaining the situation about a domain incorrectly listed (segu1-info2.com3.ar4 - delete numbers). Please checkout ASAP. Thank you.
Thanks for the update on false positives.

I hope OpenDNS correct the bad IP addresses which the are resolving now for the false positive domains.
It is strange they did not follow the authoritative's DNS for that domains.
To give one example of an avenue of attack by the bad guys for a site on this list, a User went down the rabbit role when surfing to find free current movies to watch online and eventually hit and the machine did NOT get infected despite several exploits there.

The site was on a colo in the Netherlands and the webserver no longer serves up any pages.
Any chance someone has a copy of Maltego that they can throw all the domains in and provide a nice screenshot?

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