Zoom, the world’s most popular video calling app during the Corona epidemic, has introduced an ‘end to end encryption’ feature to protect users’ privacy and device.
The end-to-end encryption feature offered by Zoom will be available to both free and paid zoom users, which will improve their privacy.
With this feature, users’ zoom will be able to make the privacy of their meetings, and their data more secure.
In April this year, cyber security firm Abnormal Security reported via e-mail that there had been a sharp increase in the use of Zoom during the Corona lockdown, as people were more likely to work from home.
The cyber security firm said that while the use of Zoom has increased rapidly, hackers have also expanded their network.