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A new wave of “zoombombing’ stories has been dominating headlines. The term gained notoriety during the COVID-19 crisis when many depend on Zoom for conferencing, remote schooling and working from home. A malicious actor who is able to either guess (enumerate) several meeting IDs consecutively, or has prior knowledge, simply joins an active Zoom meeting which is in progress, and posts lewd content in the meeting. The idea is to troll the participants and invite ridicule into the meeting, while some blackhat hackers might choose to do this to educate people about security flaws in their daily workflow.