This report explains a series of Zoom software vulnerabilities along with their impact and current recommendations. The software has vulnerabilities ranging from critical in nature to less concerning depending on the environment. It’s also notable that the Zoom meeting software does have some privacy concerns as well.
Zoom virtual meeting software, a staple of communication for myriad organizations, has assumed an important role during the current times to facilitate group conversations for business and personal use.
The software has flaws, though, that may make it a risk factor within the organizations that utilize it. You’ll find a list below of the important vulnerabilities worth noting from a security perspective:
Could result in the loss of sensitive information about the user’s experience and the environment the software is running in. May allow for unauthorized account abuse leading to high-level privileges being used in the environment.
It’s highly encouraged that you maintain an up-to-date environment and perform strong quality assurance of your environment during times like these. Currently, there are no suitable patches out, but we’ll update this when those patches are available. Consider reviewing other software platforms as needed in case switching is an option for your organization. Review the sources section for more information about the software’s activity:
Note: The Avertium Threat Report analyzes one current threat that has been shared by threat intelligence networks across the globe. Used internally by the Avertium CyberOps Team, this report outlines a “top-of-mind” threat and how it ought to be addressed accordingly.
This informed analysis is based on the latest data available.
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