November 27, 2020

Zoom Will Only Offer End-To-End Encryption to Paid Users

When you’re on a Zoom video conference all, your data isn’t end-to-end (e2e) encrypted. While Zoom does encrypt the calls, it does so using the same technology as your browser, and the company can decrypt your call at-will. Zoom previously ...


When you’re on a Zoom video conference all, your data isn’t end-to-end (e2e) encrypted. While Zoom does encrypt the calls, it does so using the same technology as your browser, and the company can decrypt your call at-will. Zoom previously promised to move to e2e encryption, but now the company says it will only do so for paying users.

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