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If you're one of the millions of Zoom video-conferencing users and have the app installed on a Mac, then you're being advised to check your settings to ensure you have the video camera disabled by default—the tickbox is "turn off my video when joining a meeting," and can be found in the video section of the settings.

This is because of a security flaw that has been disclosed today by researcher Jonathan Leitschuh under the zero-day approach. Users are also advised to ensure their apps are updated as patches are released by the company.

For more information, check out the Forbes article here.