Zoom has taken steps to help users keep unwanted guests from crashing their video conferences. Use of the software exploded during the pandemic lockdown this year, with Zoom’s Q2 revenue growing 355% compared to the same period in 2019. However, ‘Zoom-bombing’ became a thing, with hackers exploiting vulnerabilities to compromise meetings. Thankfully, Zoom has responded by adding a set of security features to help keep out the uninvited.

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