Zoom credentials are for sale on the black web

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According to the British newspaper, The Sunday Times, hackers have recently released more than half a million details about registering the Zoom application on the black website.

Specifically, registration information for the Zoom Online Meeting application sells for around $ 1.25 per account. Cyble, a cybersecurity company, discovered the incident and bought registration from a Russian spokesman in the Telegram messaging application.

In the past, Zoom has seen a surge in the number of people using the service globally because the Covid-19 epidemic forced people to work from home, but at the same time, the company was under increasing pressure from the situation. Serious security gaps in application software encryption. Zoom has been sued for accusing of hiding flaws in its application.

Along with the increase in the number of users, Zoom’s share price also more than doubled this year. However, experts on privacy and cybersecurity have expressed concern before this online meeting application. From SpaceX boss, Elon Musk, the New York City Department of Education, to agencies around the world have begun banning the use of the Zoom app because of security concerns.

To overcome this situation, Zoom has hired many intelligence agents to find out where to put passwords and tools used by bad people. “We continue to investigate and block accounts that we find compromised, and we also ask users to change their passwords to improve security. We are also considering implementing additional technological solutions,” said a representative from Zoom.

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