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UAE’s Cyber Security Council Warns Users About Zoom And How It’s Causing User’s Devices To Be Compromised

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UAE’s Cyber Security Council Warns Users About Zoom And How It’s Causing User’s Devices To Be Compromised

The UAE’s Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) along with the UAE’s Cyber Security Council has issued a warning to users of the video platform Zoom.

In an official statement shared on social media, TDRA said that the app saw vulnerabilities being detected, meaning users’ devices may be compromised.

How to protect yourself from it? Update Zoom and ensure you have its latest version

The authority urged UAE residents to protect themselves bu updating the program on their devices, and ensuring that they’ve installed the latest version.

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Statement from Zoom:

“As detailed on our Zoom Security Bulletin page, we have already resolved these security issues. As always, we recommend users keep up to date with the latest version of Zoom to take advantage of Zoom’s latest features and security updates. Zoom also offers automatic updates to help users stay on the latest version.”

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