Zoom zero-day exploits being sold online for $500,000, report

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The reported vulnerabilities impact Zoom clients for MacOS and Windows, Zoom refutes the claim

Hackers are selling two zero-day exploits for the video conferencing software Zoom, which could allow people to spy on users' private calls and take control of their device. That's according to ...

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