More than 500k accounts of zoom website sold on the dark web according to the popular cybersecurity news website called bleeping computer.
The account is sold for less than a dollar $0.0020 for each account. The list of the account appears at the beginning of April.
In that case, cybercriminals log in with the user’s login details and selling them to other hackers.
The cyberattack generates a list of login user names and passwords that is not unique to the zoom website. Lawrence abrams the owner of the bleeping computer told, fox news.
The best way to protect your password uses different passwords every time also use password managers like Robo forum, Norton password manager.
Zoom has hired intelligence firms to fight the hacks, they keep investigating the hack and asking zoom users to change their passwords.
Zoombombing has been bestes with publicity in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The company also has seen pushback from the customer because some calls have been routed through mainland china.