Last Updated: 2013-11-11 23:41:53 UTC
by Guy Bruneau (Version: 3)
FireEye Labs has discovered an "exploit that leverages a new information leakage vulnerability and an IE out-of-bounds memory access vulnerability to achieve code execution."  Based on their analysis, it affects IE 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Update: FireEye Labs provided additional information on the recently discovered IE zero-day exploit that is currently in the wild and has been named Trojan.APT.9002 (aka Hydraq/McRAT variant). They have published additional information on the Trojan that only runs in memory and leave very little artifacts that can help identify infected clients. Additional information about the Trojan can be found here which also includes a list of domains, MD5 hash and User-Agent information.
Update 2: Microsoft is releasing tomorrow a fix for this vulnerability (CVE-2013-3918) affecting Explorer ActiveX Control as "Bulletin 3" as MS13-090 listed in the November Microsoft Patch Tuesday Preview.
Guy Bruneau IPSS Inc. gbruneau at isc dot sans dot edu