Zoom Forced Users To Perform Updates
Due to an appeal to do almost everything from home, for the video conference service Zoom has gained tremendous increase in popularity. But unfortunately, when it is at the top of the leaf there are privacy issues that make the platform experience a decrease in trust.
To overcome this, various updates have been rolled out. Where one of them as recently released, every user is required to update the application. And if it doesn’t update, then the user can no longer enjoy video conferencing services anymore.
On the company’s official blog, it is explained that users must update their application to version 5.0 or later. Only that version can make video calls, and in this update there are several updates offered.
- 256-bit GCM AES encryption
Where through this encryption system, users can get better security of user data. For this security system, it can only be obtained in version 5.0 and above, because the previous version can no longer be used.
- Report User
Then there is also a feature that allows users to report other users who have committed violations. For this button itself will be activated by default during the meeting.
- New Encryption Icon
Not only just getting an encryption system, but users will also find a new GCM encryption button in the form of a green shield on the top left of the Zoom Meeting window . When this button is clicked, it will be directed to the statistics page to see additional encryption details.
- Improved Data Center Information
Through this feature later the meeting host can choose the data center region when scheduling meetings and webinars. In addition, users can also indicate which data center (server) they are connected to through the icon on the top left of the Zoom window.
- Improved Join and Leave System
This feature can help users join or leave meetings more easily and safely.
More or less that’s some updates offered by the Zoom application on the latest version yesterday that you must get if you want to still use it.