How to Keep the Crashers Out of Your Zoom Event
How to Secure Your Zoom Meetings from Zoom-Bombing Attacks
Maybe we shouldn’t use Zoom after all
he Intercept reported that Zoom video calls are not end-to-end encrypted, despite the company’s claims that they are.
Motherboard reports that Zoom is leaking the email addresses of “at least a few thousand” people because personal addresses are treated as if they belong to the same company
Apple was forced to step in to secure millions of Macs after a security researcher found Zoom failed to disclose that it installed a secret web server on users’ Macs, which Zoom failed to remove when the client was uninstalled
‘Zoom is malware’: why experts worry about the video conferencing platform
security researchers have called Zoom “a privacy disaster” and “fundamentally corrupt” as allegations of the company mishandling user data snowball.
A report from Motherboard found Zoom sends data from users of its iOS app to Facebook for advertising purposes, even if the user does not have a Facebook account.
Zoom’s security and privacy problems are snowballing from r/technology
this Tweet threads informative:
Zoom has skyrocketed to 200 million daily active users. That’s almost the size of Snapchat (218m)
The next generation of social apps will feel more like Zoom than Snapchat
— Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) April 2, 2020
I used to thoroughly love @zoom_us as a platform for collaborating. I still use it. But it’s not something that I would recommend to others anymore. Here’s a thread as to why:
— George Siemens (@gsiemens) April 1, 2020
Holding Class on Zoom? Beware of These Hacks, Hijinks and Hazards https://t.co/JO0jStW8Bm pic.twitter.com/5WC74i4o7M
— Ana Cristina Pratas (@AnaCristinaPrts) April 8, 2020