Zoom privacy and security issues: Here’s everything that’s wrong (so far)

by Larry Emmott on April 14, 2020

in Internet,Security,Telemedicine

From Tom’s Guide:

Are you using Zoom yet? It seems that everyone in America who’s been forced to work, or do schoolwork, from home during the coronavirus lockdown is using the video-conferencing platform for meetings, classes and even social gatherings. There are good reasons Zoom has taken off…

…But there’s a downside. Zoom’s ease of use makes it easy for troublemakers to “bomb” open Zoom meetings. Its application security has left a bit to be desired.

There’s also been a lot of scrutiny about Zoom’s privacy policy, which until recently seemed to give Zoom the right to do whatever it saw fit with any user’s personal data.

Source: Zoom privacy and security issues: Here’s everything that’s wrong (so far) | Tom’s Guide

A follow up and overview on some of the security and privacy issues with Zoom.

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