These Zoom security flaws could allow hackers to hijack your device | #Hacking | #computerhacking


Zero-day vulnerabilities within the Zoom Messenger desktop client could allow hackers to execute random code on a victim’s machine, security experts have claimed.

Ethical hackers Daan Keuper and Thijs Alkemade from CompuTest Security demonstrated their exploit at hacking contest Pwn2Own, and were awarded a bug bounty of $200,000 by the video conferencing service.



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