Avoid ‘Zoom Bombs’
Many people (and we mean MANY people) are using the web-based Zoom platform to hold their conferences when they can't meet face-to-face because of the COVID-19 threat. Some of those meetings have been "zoom-bombed" by hackers who find it a challenge to cause a little havoc in the world. Montana Attorney General Tim Fox notes that two Billings churches were interrupted recently during their virtual services. Even the Montana Public Service Commission was hacked. What can you do?
Check the options that the Zoom company has made available. Some of the suggestions:
If the worst happens, the Montana Office of Consumer Protection has an online reporting form or you can call 1-800-481-6896.