Zoom Gets Stuffed: Here’s How Hackers Got Hold Of 500,000 Passwords

Davey Winder reports:

At the start of April, the news broke that 500,000 stolen Zoom passwords were up for sale. Here’s how the hackers got hold of them.

More than half a million Zoom account credentials, usernames and passwords were made available in dark web crime forums earlier this month. Some were given away for free while others were sold for as low as a penny each.

Researchers at threat intelligence provider IntSights obtained multiple databases containing Zoom credentials and got to work analyzing exactly how the hackers got hold of them in the first place.

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