When I first read that Zoom was planning to add end-to-end encryption, I was delighted. Then I read this article in the Android Authority web site: https://www.androidauthority.com/zoom-encryption-1125396/. I immediately became very disappointed.
Oh well, I will continue to use Signal for one-on-one video calls because (1.) it is free and (2.) it encrypts all text, audio, and even video conversations. For Chats with groups of users, I will use whatever the other users prefer, possibly even Zoom, as I never discuss finances or any other confidential information in group calls.
For more information, see Now Is the Time to Switch to an Encrypted Communication App by Stan Horaczek at https://www.popsci.com/story/technology/signal-app-chat-privacy-security/.
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security
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