Hackers are using phishing emails that appear to come from #zoom.
#Scammers have registered more than 2,449 Zoom-related domains from late April to early May this year alone. Con artists use these domain names, which include the word “Zoom,” to send you an email that looks like it’s coming from the official video conferencing service.
These links can download #malware onto your computer or lead you to a page where you are prompted to enter your login information. Entering your #username and #password gives #scammers access to your account and any other account that uses a similar login and password combination.