Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters
Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters

Zoom video app logins were put on sale on dark web: report

  • The logins were put up for sale at US$1.25 cents each, and were discovered and bought by cybersecurity intelligence company Cyble
  • Zoom Video Communications has come under increasing pressure over vulnerabilities in its app’s software encryption

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Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters
Ben Mulcahy, founder of Darlinghurst Life Drawing studio, organises a class for art students over a Zoom internet live stream in Sydney, Australia, on April 16. Zoom Video Communications has seen global usage of its service surge during coronavirus shutdowns. Photo: Reuters
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