Zoom App Finally Gets End-To-End Encryption
The popular Zoom app has finally gotten end-to-end encryption, a long-awaited feature that will make the app more secure for its users.
End-to-end encryption is a type of security that ensures that only the sender and the recipient of a message can see its contents. It's a key feature for any messaging app, and Zoom has been criticized in the past for not offering it.
But now, Zoom has announced that it will be rolling out end-to-end encryption for all users, starting in July. The feature will be turned on by default, but users will have the option to turn it off if they want.
The move comes as Zoom is facing increased scrutiny over its privacy and security practices. The app has been used by millions of people during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has also been the subject of some security and privacy concerns.
In May, for example, it was revealed that Zoom had been sharing user data with Facebook without users' knowledge or consent. And in April, a security researcher found that Zoom was leaking users' personal information, such as their email addresses and meeting IDs.
Zoom has taken steps to address these concerns, but the addition of end-to-end encryption is a much-needed and welcome addition. It's a key step in ensuring that Zoom is a safe and secure platform for its users.
The Zoom App is a very useful application for users who want to stay updated about the latest news and events happening around the world. The developers have done a great job in designing the user interface of the application. The application is available for free and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.