Zoom clears that it is going to allow the users of its Videoconferencing software to enable end-to-end encryption. The Video calls from next month are going to access this beta feature from Zoom.
This feature is nor for paid enterprise users or free users. This feature is available for free and compatible for both the paid and free users. Zoom has also been facing criticism since the beginning of COVID-19, due to privacy issues. Now after that criticism the company developed its standard web browser data encryption.
Zoom says it will be using AES 256 GCM transport encryption as its default, which zoom describes as the strongest web browser. It is not so clear about the information on featuring rolling out. But the beta is going to launch in July, and Zoom intends to have some permissions so account administrators can enable or disable the account.