Researcher’s Claim that Zoom’s Encryption Keys are Often Issued by Servers in China
The research was done by the people at the University of Toronto and as per the findings, it turns out that some of the encryption keys were issued by servers that were located in China, despite all the participants residing in North America.
The researchers also discovered that Zoom has protection for audio and video content through in-house encryption. The research reveals that there is a vulnerability that is in Zoom’s waiting room feature, and not just that, the company also happens to have about 700 employees in China that are working across three subsidiaries.
As per the conclusion of the report, at the time of writing, Zoom is not secure or suited for secret meetings, at all.ww
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