Report: 500,000 Zoom Accounts Hacked & are Being Sold on Dark Web

Zoom video footage conferencing app has witnessed an unprecedented level of growth over the last month or so. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has enforced citizens to stay home & work from house, leaving voice & video footage calls the only way of comm.

Due to this sudden rise, many privacy & security issues surrounding Zoom have already come to the fore.

As of now, a new record claims that more than 500,000 Zoom accounts were hacked & are being sold on the black/dark web. A record by Bleeping Computer says which hackers are selling Zoom accounts meant for less than a penny every & in some instances, they’re being given far away meant for free.

The record adds which this info regarding free Zoom accounts was posted on hacker forums had been 1st pointed out by Cybersecurity intelligence company Cyble around April 1.

The firm afterwards touched out to the sellers from that accounts & bought 530,000 Zoom logins in $0.0020 (roughly Rs. 0.15) each account, tried to warn their customers from that breach.

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