(DETROIT Up News Info) – An important consumer alert for those of you who use "Zoom,quot; to work from home.
Experts say you should beware of hackers trying to answer your calls.
They call it "zoom bombardment."
Some families say that their children experienced it when strangers intervened in their call.
The Zoom CEO says this can happen when people don't set up a password for their meeting, and admits that more can be done on their part.
Zoom tells Up News Info News that they are working to address these issues.
They have now enabled passwords for all users by default.
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