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Zoom Impersonation Attacks Aim to Steal Credentials

December 1, 2020

A new Zoom-themed phishing attack is circulating through email, text and social media messages, aiming to steal credentials for the videoconferencing service.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) warned last week that the attack uses Zoom’s logo, and in a message tells recipients that their Zoom accounts were suspended and to click a link to reactivate; or that they missed a Zoom meeting, and to click a link to see the details and reschedule.

Another recent variant of the attack has been a message welcoming some recipients to the platform and requesting they click on a link to activate the account, said the BBB.

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