Zoom finally released patches for two long-ago reported vulnerabilities in their platform including one which allow malicious websites to enable your camera without permission exposing up to 750,000 companies around the world. 

Software Engineer Jonathan Leitschuh discovered two vulnerabilities in the Mac Zoom Client back in March 2019 including a Denial of Service (DOS) Vulnerability, CVE-2019–13449, and an Information Disclosure (Webcam), CVE-2019–13450

Leitschuh attempted to contact Zoom several times offering both a “quick fix” solution 90-day public disclosure deadline, Leitschuh said in a Medium post.

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