How to Protect Yourself Against Video Teleconferencing (VTC) Hijacking

The FBI makes recommendations on how to mitigate “Zoom-bombing.”

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It’s like photo-bombing.

A stranger inserts him or herself into your video conference, disrupting it with threatening language, pornography, or hate images. Think of it as a live, visual virus.




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