Seriously, friends, it’s time to move on from Zoom. They seriously don’t know how to do security and, if you reused a password from elsewhere with Zoom, now you are at higher risk of identity theft. No one who takes security seriously should even consider installing Zoom on their computer at this point or using it for any communication.
NBC News’ Ezra Kaplan and Kevin Collier report:
Zoom users who reuse the same passwords from other accounts can face an ugly unintended consequence — having their login information sold on the dark web.
Personal account information including email addresses, passwords and the web addresses for Zoom meetings are both being posted freely and sold for pennies. One dataset for sale on a dark web marketplace, discovered by an independent security firm and verified by NBC News, includes about 530,000 accounts.
(HT: Christopher Wright)