Zoom Fixes Flaw Opening Meetings to Hackers

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  1. hawki

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    "Enterprise video conferencing firm Zoom has issued a bevy of security fixes after researchers said the company’s platform used weak authentication that made it possible for adversaries to join active meetings...

    Research unveiled the research Tuesday here at CPX 360, a security event hosted by Check Point Security. The report revealed that it’s possible to correctly predict valid meeting IDs, due to Zoom identifying meeting IDs as “valid” or “invalid” when they are input into the meeting URL..."

    https://threatpost.com/zoom-fixed-flaw-opening-meetings-to-hackers/152266/
     
  2. hawki

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    "Zoom agrees to $85m payout over privacy scandals and pledges to make its platform safer...

    Zoom Video Communications, the owner of the popular video conferencing application, agreed to pay $85 million to millions of users to settle a case stemming from privacy concerns and a number of hacking and video-crashing incidents..."

    https://www.thenationalnews.com/bus...ndals-and-pledges-to-make-its-platform-safer/
     
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