Work and school is pretty much all being done from home, and many are using Zoom as their primary method of conferencing. Zoom boasts end-to-end encryption and high security to protect your meetings, but somehow this keeps being thwarted. A new wave of hacking, called Zoom-Bombing, involves injecting inappropriate content into an ongoing video. Two children in Utah were on Zoom when pornography interrupted their connection. Other content that has been sent has been racist and anti-semitic. The FBI has issued warnings about Zoom-Bombing and suggestions to improve cyber security, especially for those working from home.
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