Exploit Could Install Malware on Desktops
Research done by Tenable®, Inc. has revealed a critical vulnerability in Zoom’s Desktop Conferencing Application.
Over 750,000 companies use Zoom as their conferencing and webinar platform. This exploit could be leveraged to spoof chat messages, remove and lock out conference attendees, and even bypass screen control permissions to execute malware.
With a CVSS score of 9.9, this high risk vulnerability should be addressed immediately. Zoom has released fixed versions for Windows and MacOS (4.1.34814.1119 & 4.1.34801.1116).
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