Your boss may not be the only one secretly replaying your Zoom meetings.
Thousands of recorded Zoom meetings are floating around the open web — available for anyone to watch. The exposed video calls include private business discussions, casual friend conversations, therapy sessions, and, yes, nudity, and many appear to have been made public by mistake.
The news, reported by the Washington Post, is yet another privacy blow in a long line of privacy blows to Zoom. At issue is the file-naming convention used by Zoom to label recorded meetings. It is unique enough that security researcher Patrick Jackson, who alerted the Post to the issue, found 15,000 examples when he ran a scan of unsecured cloud storage. Read more…
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Jack Morse