Zoom Video Communications has seen a surge in new users as a result of people working from home and trying to stay connected during the global pandemic. However, hackers and pranksters have begun to disrupt meetings by joining them without permission through a practice known as ‘Zoom-bombing‘.

The company has now announced that it will take a number of steps to prevent ‘Zoom-bombing’ such as enabling passwords on meetings and turning on Waiting Rooms by default along with additional security enhancements to protect its users’ privacy.



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