Zero-day flaw found in Zoom for Windows 7

“If you are still on Windows 7 or older versions beware, you will be exposing your computer and possibly your network to vicious attacks if not this time then in the future.”

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If there weren’t already enough good reasons for you to upgrade from Windows 7, then here is another. According to this article by Sean Lyngaas for cyberscoop, security researchers have discovered a flaw in the videoconferencing software Zoom. The “zero-day” vulnerability applies to Zoom software running on Windows 7, or even older operating systems and can have some pretty severe consequences. Find out more here in this short read, and if you have not upgraded yet you are not alone, Windows 7 is still widely used by millions, but that won’t help you when you are hacked.

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