Zoom macOS install ‘shady,’ plus video chats aren’t end-to-end encrypted

by Larry Emmott on April 2, 2020

in Security,Telemedicine

From Appleinsider:

Video conferencing service Zoom reportedly installs itself on Macs by working around Apple’s regular security, and also promotes that it has end-to-end encryption, but demonstrably does not.

Zoom’s popularity as a video conferencing tool has soared over the coronavirusIncreased usage of video conferencing app and service Zoom during the coronavirus outbreak is leading to more security issues being uncovered. As well as previously sending user data to Facebook, which it says it has fixed, it has now been accused of two separate security issues.

Source: Zoom macOS install ‘shady,’ plus video chats aren’t end-to-end encrypted

Not another April Fools joke, this is disturbing. Zoom’s product development team is largely located in…China. Hmmm.

Not sure if Zoom for Healthcare is better, I hope it is.

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