Two zero-day flaws in Zoom could enable threat actors to access webcam and microphone on MacOS system

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Two zero-day flaws in Zoom could enable threat actors to access webcam and microphone on MacOS system
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Two zero-day flaws in Zoom could enable threat actors to access webcam and microphone on MacOS system

Zoom is currently the most popular app on both the Play Store and App Store but privacy and security concerns are rising

A security researcher has uncovered two bugs in popular video conferencing app Zoom, which could allow hackers to take over a Zoom user's Mac and access the microphone and webcam on the device. The...

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