Governors State's Professor Fraud Explains Zoombombing
As more and more students and workers find themselves moving meetings and classes online, internet hackers are finding ways to wreak havoc in the virtual world. School-based sessions seem to be at higher risk for the criminal practice known as Zoombombing—named for attacks on the videoconferencing platform Zoom.
Governors State University's Bill Kresse, aka Professor Fraud, recently explained the phenomenon to CBS2's Tara Molina.
“The bad guys are simply generating nine digit numbers, like crank calling,” Kresse said. “You do not set these setting correctly, you are inviting problems.”
Watch the entire interview here.