Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA
Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA
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Clubhouse audio chats are breached, raising concerns over cybersecurity

  • An unidentified user was able to stream Clubhouse audio feeds this past weekend from ‘multiple rooms’ in the platform into a third-party website
  • Users of the app should assume all conversations are being recorded, according to the Stanford Internet Observatory, which was the first to raise security concerns

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Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA
Clubhouse has declined to explain what steps it is taking to prevent a similar breach as one this past weekend, when an unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from ‘multiple rooms’ in the app into a third-party website. Photo: DPA
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