Updated on Jun 30, 2020
Zoom, the video conferencing software supported by many schools and business during this pandemic, is a great way to stay connected remotely. However, many people are taking advantage of the increased Zoom traffic by hacking into meetings and "Zoombombing." Zoombombing, much like photobombing, is when someone makes their way into a Zoom meeting to which they were not invited. They then drop inappropriate or alarming content into the meeting, often through screen sharing.
In this article, you can learn what steps you can take to protect your meetings from so-called Zoombombers. The steps in the tutorial sections are based on the web browser version of Zoom with modifications for desktop version of Zoom, which can be downloaded here.