When you think about tools for remote working and chatting online, one of the first names in your mind is Zoom.
But its popularity has opened the door for cyber criminals. They’re using its name to steal sensitive data.
Researchers have discovered at least six convincing-looking download sites. They’re not the real thing. They’re designed to tempt you into downloading FAKE Zoom software, containing ‘info stealers’ and other forms of malware (malicious software).
Accidentally use one of these sites thinking that you’re downloading a Zoom update… and you risk having sensitive data stolen. Possibly your banking info, passwords or browser history.
Some can even steal your multi-factor authentication details. That could give cyber criminals access to your most sensitive data.