Videoconferencing is almost always terrible at the best of times, but can you imagine someone taking control of your screen during a meeting and sending inappropriate messages to the other attendees? Zoom patched this kind of vulnerability in the desktop app for its video chat service last week to save people from a conference call from hell. A researcher named David Wells from a cybersecurity company Tenable discovered the bug in Zoom’s desktop app, which let an attacker take control of a user’s screen, send chat messages on their behalf, and kick people out of the meeting. The company acted immediately after…

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Zoom bug let attackers hijack your screens during conference calls
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