The Zoom Communications website says you can “simulate a zoom in on your email and other communications” and “receive an interactive zoom-in on your website or blog.”
It also says you need to have a subscription to Zoom, and it’s also required to have the same mobile operator’s data plan, so you need a service called Zoom-in.
It’s not the first time the website has been targeted for its login functionality.
Earlier this month, users of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook were notified they’d be using the login functionality for a limited time, with the company saying it was “aimed at preventing spam and abuse”.
The company has since said that this was a technical glitch and that it will be fixing the problem.
“As we continue to work to improve this system, we have noticed some users may experience issues logging in,” the company said in a blog post.
“We are working with Zoom Communications to get the login issues fixed.”