5 Security Things to Know for the Week of June 4

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1) A former zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer, patched last month by Microsoft, has found its way into the RIG exploit kit.

2) A new banking Trojan attempts to avoid detection by hiding in Microsoft SQL Server traffic.

3) The VPNFilter botnet, which has compromised hundreds of thousands of routers, is down - but not out.

4) The developer of a massively popular online gaming platform patched an older vulnerability that could be exploited to compromise users' machines.

5) Apple delivered fixes for its MacOS platform.

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