There are over 500,000+ stolen Zoom logins floating around the dark web. The account information has been published, exchanged, and, in some cases, sold online without their knowledge or consent. The Zoom credentials, later, were found being sold on a hacker forum for .002 cents each.
Affected accounts included ones from colleges such as the University of Vermont, University of Colorado, Dartmouth, Lafayette, University of Florida, and even well-known companies such as Chase, Citibank, and more.
In this article, I’ll talk about how the zoom credential theft occurred, the security flaws that facilitated it, and how you can prevent it from happening to yourself.
Source : How to Prevent Zoom Credential Theft