Instead, they contain links to compromised websites that exploit a 2011 Flash Player vulnerability or a yet-to-be-patched vulnerability in the Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) to install the malware.
What does MSXL stand for?
MSXL stands for Microsoft XML Core Services
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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-069 - Multiple vulnerabilities exist in Microsoft XML Core Services, the most serious of which could allow remote code execution if a user viewed a specially crafted Web page using Internet Explorer.
Microsoft Vulnerability Overview: -- MS06-066 -- Vulnerabilities in Client Service for NetWare Could Allow Remote Code Execution -- MS06-067 -- Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer -- MS06-068 -- Vulnerability in Microsoft Agent Could Allow Remote Code Execution -- MS06-069 -- Vulnerabilities in Macromedia Flash Player from Adobe Could Allow Remote Code Execution -- MS06-070 -- Vulnerability in Workstation Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution -- MS06-071 -- Vulnerability in Microsoft XML Core Services Could Allow Remote Code Execution Scope of Potential Compromise Today's six security bulletins cover a total of 13 vulnerabilities.