Experts from cyber security company Cyble were able to buy 530,000 accounts at a price of $ 0.002 each.
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Zoom has become the most used application for virtual meetings in the current scenario, but according to information from BleepingComputer , more than 500,000 account credentials for this platform are sold on “the dark web” or “dark web”.
Experts from cyber security company Cyble discovered this on April 1 and were able to purchase 530,000 accounts at a price of $ 0.002 each. According to the company report, some are even shared for free.
The hacked material includes the user's email address, password, personal meeting URL, and their host key, a six-digit pin linked to the owner's account. According to Cyble, some accounts belong to high-profile companies like Chase and Citibank.
The video conferencing company was recently forced to halt its developments for 90 days to fix cybersecurity bugs. According to Mashable , the information could be stolen using a technique called credential stuffing, in which hackers use old databases of stolen user accounts and test them with Zoom accounts.