Protect your Zoom session from ZoomBombing
ZoomBombing is a form of online trolling whereby a person in a zoom session shares unwanted/inappropriate content with everyone in the session.
- Follow this guide from the official Zoom blog on how to prevent this disturbing behavior.
- Zoom has changed the default screen-sharing settings on EDU accounts to help prevent bad actors from breaking into your meeting with an inappropriate screen share.
- Consider adding a password to your meeting to help deter ZoomBombers. See this article from Zoom for more information.
- Here’s a Zoom safety checklist from the Anit-Defamation League (ADL) to help you stay safe from ZoomBombing.
Also, here are some good tips from our colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University on preventing ZoomBombing attacks.