Update your Mac if you have Zoom videoconferencing installed

A serious vulnerability has been discovered with the Mac version of Zoom videoconferencing. If you use Zoom on a Manually Assured University Mac, update the application as soon as possible. Fully Assured Macs will be updated automatically.


As reported on the BBC news yesterday (9 July 2019) a serious vulnerability was discovered in the Zoom videoconferencing product for Macs. It is recommended that you install the latest update for macOS from the Zoom website.

It is understood that this issue does not affect Zoom videoconferencing installed on Windows PCs.

What do I need to do?

If you have Zoom videoconferencing installed on a Manually Assured University Mac, you should download the latest version (currently v4.4.53932.0709) of Zoom Client for Meetings for macOS and update it as soon as possible:

If you have Fully Assured University Mac, the application will be updated automatically.

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