Zoom has a flaw that lets a website turn on your Mac's camera without permission

Video conferencing app Zoom has a major security flaw in its Mac client, letting any website turn on your Mac's camera without a warning, security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh claims. 
In a blog post Monday, Leitschuh detailed the vulnerability, which he says he'd disclosed to Zoom more than 90 days ago, and the company still hasn't fixed it. 
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The problem lies in Zoom's usage of a web server on users' local machines. This makes some of Zoom's cool features possible, for example, clicking on a simple link in your web browser automatically starts up the app.  Read more... More about Zoom , Security Flaw , Videoconferencing , Tech , and Cybersecurity