Zoom's video conferencing software has been found to be vulnerable to a serious exploit that allows an attack to make whoever is vulnerable, by forcefully making them join a conference with the video camera enabled.
Details on this exploit and the vulnerable RingCentral Meetings version number (which appears to be the newest available) are at the following link:
RingCentral recently learned of these vulnerabilities and are working quickly to resolve them. You can read more about it here: https://support.
RingCentral has made this a top priority and we will update the KB above as more information becomes available.
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