Over 500,000 Zoom accounts on sale on dark web for less than 1 sen each


You can check if your details have been leaked online at Have I Been Pwned or Cyble's AmIBreached. — Bloomberg

A cybersecurity firm claimed it has purchased about 530,000 Zoom accounts from a hacker on the dark web, according to a report by website BleepingComputer.

The firm, Cyble, told the website that it purchased the Zoom credentials for only 0.20 cents (0.80 sen) each, claiming that it will use the info to warn its customers of the potential breach.

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