Saturday, April 04, 2020

Kansas City Internets Security Experts Expose Zoom Teleconferencing Flaws

OR . . . Kansas City Coders Crack Zoom . . . A litany of zoombombing targets users across the nation as this software stays losing despite newfound popularity . . .

Money line on this local effort . . .

"Security professional Trent Lo and members of SecKC, a Kansas City-based security meetup group, made a program called zWarDial that can automatically guess Zoom meeting IDs, which are nine to 11 digits long, and glean information about those meetings, according to the report."

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Automated tool can find 100 Zoom meeting IDs per hour

An automated tool developed by security researchers is able to find around 100 Zoom meeting IDs in an hour and information for nearly 2,400 Zoom meetings in a single day of scans, according to a new Krebs on Security report.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Low tech over hyped consumer crap what do you expect?

Grip Madlock said...

Fabulous,now these losers can tune in with their cocks in their hands while my daughter gets her math lesson for the day.

Anonymous said...

No offense, but I've seen your daughter and that's just not going to happen.