The Introduction Of End-To-End Encryption In Zoom From Next Week

Whether you are using the free or paid Pad account of the video calling app Zoom, you will now have an end-to-end encryption feature.

The company had earlier said that the feature would be for paid users only, but in June it was announced that it was also being introduced for free accounts.

This feature will now be available to all Zoom users from next week.

The feature will be available on video conferencing for up to 200 people, according to a statement from Zoom.

The company said it would wait 30 days for customer feedback after introducing the feature.

In addition to end-to-end encryption, the app introduces events platform on-zoom and within-zoom apps called Zips.

The Corona virus outbreak is thought to have led to a significant increase in the number of people using the video conferencing service.

But the rapid rise has also led to a number of security issues, and the company's claim that it is providing end-to-end encryption has proved unfounded.

End-to-End Encryption is a feature that provides secure connections to devices during calls, and Zoom had previously decided that this feature would not be introduced to free service users, as it would collaborate with law enforcement agencies. Wants to keep the door open

But in June, the company's CEO, Eric Yuan, said: "We are pleased to announce that we have found a balanced way to protect the privacy and privacy of all users on the platform, with end-to-end encryption. It will be available to users around the world as an advanced add-on feature.

To access this feature, all Zoom users will need to provide details to verify their account, such as a phone number confirmation via a text message.

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