Video conferencing Zoom App surrounded by security questions, the company took many new steps

A son murdered his father while doing a video chat on the zoom app.

Zoom said in an online post, “The purpose of meeting servers in China is always to ensure that the data of users’ meeting outside China remains outside China.”

San Francisco. The video conferencing platform Zoom (ZoomApp) has taken a number of steps to address criticisms of deficiencies in the security of users who use it during the lockdown caused by the corona virus global epidemic. Zoom CEO Eric Yuan informed of the steps the company is taking against the hacking of data hacking and forcible intrusion by someone into video conferencing calls ie ‘zoom bombing’.

By the end of this week, users paying money will be able to choose from which area their data will pass. The purpose of this move is to address the concerns that data passing through China may get noticed.

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Zoom said in an online post, ‘The purpose of meeting servers in China is always to ensure that users’ meeting data from outside China remains outside China’. The Silicon Valley startup also said She has been working with cyber security company ‘Loota Security’ and its ‘Bug Bounty’ program to find out the shortcomings that reward researchers who find security-related loopholes in her work. Zoom spoke on the recently reported news that criminals are selling users ‘log-in’ information on the ‘Dark Web’.

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Zoom said that he is working on creating a system in which it is known whether people are trying to steal username and password. Improvements in the security of Zoom also include a toolbar in which default settings can be made to lock chat and meeting password requirements for strangers.

India banned the use of Zoom this week, saying that this app is not safe and government officials should not use it for official work. Meanwhile, prosecutors in several US states are investigating the company’s privacy and security-related processes, and the FBI has warned of a hijacking of the zoom session.


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