Wim Announces New Feature for all Users



The video calling app Zoom has announced end-to-end encryption support for all its users. Earlier, the company had said that the feature would be for paid users only. But now in a blog post, the company's CEO O'Rourke Yuan announced that the feature would be available to all users. According to media reports, the Corona virus epidemic has led to a sharp increase in the number of people using the video conferencing service. As a result of various security issues

The company's claim that it is providing end-to-end encryption has come to light. End-to-end encryption is a feature that provides secure connections to devices during calls, and Zoom had previously decided to offer this feature for free. It will not be introduced to users, as it wants to keep the door open for cooperation with law enforcement agencies. But now the company's end-to-end encryption design has been released in the open source Gut Hub and for everyone. Available. To access this feature, all Zoom users will need to provide details to verify their account, such as confirming their phone number with a text message. After availability, there will be an end-to-end encryption option. Will be limited to some extent, ie to traditional PSTN phone lines or SIPH323 hardware conference room systems. And will be able to disable.



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