Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for free and paid Zoom users starting from next week. In the end-to-end encryption meeting, up to 200 participants can join. Zoom initially announced plans for the end-to-end-encrypted meeting earlier in May, it let all users generate public cryptographic identities to establish trust relationships between meeting attendees. Zoom end-to-end […]
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