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Hacked Zoom accounts, personal information are being sold on the dark web by the thousands
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Personal information from hundreds of thousands of Zoom accounts — including passwords and email addresses — is being sold on the dark web, according to a recent report.
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In fact, one dataset that was sold on a hacker forum included 530,000 Zoom accounts, BleepingComputer first reported.
The dataset was purchased by cybersecurity firm Cyble — which reportedly started seeing Zoom account information posted on the dark web as early as April 1 — in order to inform customers of potential breaches, BleepingComputer reported.