Saturday Jun 20, 2020

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End-to-End Encryption Update

End-to-End Encryption UpdateSince releasing the draft design of Zoom end-to-end encryption (E2EE) on May 22, we have…
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By Eric S. Yuan
blog.zoom.us

Today, Zoom released an updated E2EE design on Git Hub. This will enable us to offer E2EE as an advanced add-on feature for all of our users around the globe - free and paid - while maintaining the ability to prevent and fight abuse on our platform. To make this possible, Free/Basic users seeking access to E2EE will participate in a one-time process that will prompt the user for additional pieces of information, such as verifying a phone number via a text message.

We are confident that by implementing risk-based authentication, in combination with our current mix of tools -- including our Report a User function -- we can continue to prevent and fight abuse. Additional InformationWe plan to begin early beta of the E2EE feature in July 2020. E2EE will be an optional feature as it….

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