Hackers are selling data of Zoom users on the dark web. More and more people are using the Zoom teleconferencing app owing to a spike in the number of employees working from home. Cybercriminals have shared a database containing more than 2,300 usernames and passwords to Zoom accounts on dark web forums. The exposed database includes corporate accounts belonging to banks, consultancy companies, software vendors, and healthcare providers. Moreover, they also include meeting IDs, email and passwords, names, and host keys.
As per reports, the price for zero-day vulnerabilities in Zoom on the dark web ranges from $5,000 to $30,000.