Scammers using fake versions of Zoom’s site and software files to trick public into downloading malware

Growing alongside Zoom’s popularity are cyber scams that lure users to fake domains with similar names. — Reuters

With the increasing popularity of video conferencing platform Zoom, cybercriminals are trying to waylay the public using fake domains which sound similar.

The Hacker News reported on findings by cybersecurity film Check Point that over 1,700 new Zoom domains were registered since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with nearly 25% registered in the last week of March.

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