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Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) next week

Zoom estimates that the next E2EE rollout phase will start in 2021, adding Single sign-on (SSO) integration and better identity management

Zoom adds two-factor authentication (2FA) support to all accounts

Zoom has announced that starting today it has added two-factor authentication (2FA) support to all user accounts to make it simpler to secure them against security breaches and identity theft.

Telegram Launched Video Calls For Both iOS And Android

Following the COVID-19 pandemic scenario, Telegram has taken an important step that may serve as an alternate to Zoom. Many privacy savvy users may prefer to ditch Zoom for Telegram.

Zoom web client outage prevents users from joining meetings

Zoom users are currently unable to join meetings and webinars through the Zoom web client and WebSDK, with the outage not impacting users joining through the Zoom application.

Zoom Bug Allowed Snoopers Crack Private Meeting Passwords in Minutes

A new vulnerability in Zoom video conferencing software could have let attackers re-enable 'Zoom-Bombing' attacks by cracking Zoom meeting passwords in minutes.

Zoom bug allowed attackers to crack private meeting passwords

A lack of rate limiting in password attempts allowed potential attackers to crack the numeric passcode used to secure Zoom private meetings as discovered by Tom Anthony, VP Product at SearchPilot.

Zoom Vanity URL Vulnerability Could Allow Stealing Credentials

An adversary could abuse the Zoom Vanity URL feature to change customized links to redirect users to false locations. Zoom patched the flaw. Update now!

Zoom Zero-Day Allows Remote Code Execution, Patch on the Way

A newly discovered bug in the Zoom Client for Windows could allow remote code-execution, according to researchers at 0patch, which disclosed the existence of the flaw on Thursday after pioneering a proof-of-concept exploit for it. The issue was confirmed for Threatpost by a Zoom spokesperson.

Zoom Suddenly Announced End-to-End Encryption for Free Users

Zoom has announced that it will now provide End-to-End Encryption for free to all its users. And Zoom has announced this news on Wednesday

Zoom Restricts End-to-End Encryption to Paid Users

The end-to-end encryption feature will not be offered to free users, Zoom's CEO said, in case Zoom needed to comply with federal and local law enforcement.

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