Meanwhile, even without compromising Zoom, malicious phishing scam activities (spoofed Zoom emails, etc.) based on collaboration platforms are extremely common and can lead to much harm. We’re used to clicking on links that lead to Zoom conferences without any doubts, and threat actors got used to taking advantage of our instincts. Experts say that social engineering is far from its end because it’s a productive and easy way for hackers to get what they want. Moreover, malicious techniques are getting more sophisticated and can deceive more and more victims.