Zoombombing Resources

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A new form of trolling in which a participant uses Zoom’s screensharing feature to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes.

To report any issues of Zoombombing, contact the Stockton Security Operations Incident Response team at information.security@stockton.edu.

How to Prevent Zoombombing 

Set a Meeting Password

  • Require a Password When Scheduling New Meetings
  • Require a Password for Instant Meetings
  • Remove Participants From Class

If you're using Zoom within Blackboard:

  • Set Password and Enable Waiting Room for a Zoom Meeting

Locking a Meeting

  • Lock a Meeting

Prevent Screensharing

  • Zoom Screen Share Settings (Set up a user profile for all meetings.)
  • Enable Screen Share for Participants (after meeting has started.)

Set up a Waiting Room

  • Enable a Waiting Room for a Zoom Meeting
  • Waiting Room: Add or Remove Participants

Other Protective Measures

  • Disable “File Transfer”
  • Disable Chat in a Zoom Meeting
  • Prevent Unauthorized Access