Zoom has quickly become an indispensable tool for remote teams, teachers and virtually anyone who needs some face-to-face time, even if only virtually. In fact, I wrote this week about how it has quickly become one of the most important applications.
Since the vast majority of people work from home, it’s not surprising that hackers have started working. Apparently, one of their new favorite tricks is blowing up a Zoom Meeting. In some cases, “party crashers” aren’t just there to snoop around your reunion or family gathering, but they take over and share inappropriate material with you.
CCNA, Web Developer, PC Troubleshooter
I am a computer enthusiast and a practicing IT Professional. I have years of experience behind me in computer programming, hardware troubleshooting and repair. I specialise in Web Development and Database Design. I also have a CCNA certification for Network Design and Troubleshooting.