Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption for all users

Zoom’s new end-to-end encryption (E2EE) is now available to all users — free and paid. The VC service has made the new feature immediately available for a technical preview to proactively collect feedback from users.  E2EE uses the same 256-bit AES-GCM encryption that secures Zoom meetings by default. Once E2EE is enabled for meetings, nobody except each participant — not even Zoom’s meeting servers — has access to the encryption keys to the meeting.

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