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Zoom Two-factor Authentication

Zoom announced Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for all users that let admins and organizations prevent security breaches & data thefts. The 2FA brings an additional security layer to the authentication process, blocking attackers from taking control of meetings by guessing the password or using compromised credentials. “With Zoom’s 2FA, users have the option to use authentication […]

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Zoom Vulnerabilities

Zoom is the popular video conferencing app that grew rapidly and it has more than 200M by the mid-2020. The popularity of the app made it a prime target for hackers. Security researcher Mazin Ahmed, who presented his findings at DEFCON 2020 and disclosed the vulnerabilities to Zoom. All the vulnerabilities fixed with version 5.2.4. […]

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Zoom Private Passwords

A new Zoom Flaw allows hackers to crack the 6 digits numeric password that used to secure Zoom private meetings. The vulnerability was discovered by Tom Anthony, VP Product at SearchPilot. The vulnerability resides in the Zoom web client that allowed checking passwords due to broken CSRF and no rate limiting. Zoom Private Passwords The […]

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Zoom URL Flaw

Zoom is a popular video conferencing software across the globe that are used by individuals across the globe to work from and to stay in touch with friends and family. Checkpoint found a new vulnerability with Zoom that let attackers conduct successful phishing attempts. The vulnerability has been reported to Zoom and fixes issued. Zoom […]

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Zoom 0day Vulnerability

A new remote code execution “0day” flaw with Zoom Client for Windows allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on Windows computer where the vulnerable version of Zoom client installed. The vulnerability was found by a researcher who wants to keep their identity private, the vulnerability can be exploited by an attacker by making the […]

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