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Weekly Intelligence Summary 27 Mar 2020

March 27, 2020

This week an online troll took advantage of Zoom’s screen-sharing feature to subject participants of a daily public Zoom meeting to pornographic and other graphic content, disrupting an otherwise benign video conference. The technique has since been dubbed Zoom-bombing. The incident highlighted some flaws in Zoom’s default settings, and also made prominent the broader security concerns associated with working remotely. Such concerns are relevant, with organizations around the world mandating employees to work from home, in line with government measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 (aka coronavirus). Although not particularly destructive, Zoom- bombing exposes some potential attack vectors that threat actors are likely to use or adapt for future attacks.

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