More than 500.000 Zoom accounts have emerged for sale on the dark web and hacker forums, according to a new report by BleepingComputer.
Zoom has become a very popular videoconferencing app in recent weeks when the number of people working from home has grown. With the growing popularity, concerns about the app’s security have also made the headlines.
However, Zoom accounts on the dark web do not appear to be a direct consequence the app’s privacy problems. The accounts were gathered through credential stuffing attacks accounts using data from older data breaches.
The finding highlights the importance of using unique passwords for each account. You should if your email address has been leaked in data breaches using the Have I Been Pwned website or Cyble’s AmIBreached. And now is a good time to change your Zoom password if you used it elsewhere.