Tags videoconferencing

Flaw in popular video software Agora could have let eavesdroppers in on private calls

by Shannon Vavra

It could have allowed hackers to spy on dating app or telehealth video or audio calls.

Zoom credits Keybase acquisition with quick turnaround on end-to-end encryption

by Joe Warminsky

A deal in May paid off for the company, which added the encryption upgrade globally about six months after security experts and others began clamoring for it.

Zero-day flaw found in Zoom for Windows 7

by Sean Lyngaas

A hacker who successfully exploits the Zoom vulnerability could access files on the vulnerable computer, according to ACROS Security, the Slovenian firm that highlighted the issue.

In reversal, Zoom says all users will have access to end-to-end encryption

by Shannon Vavra

Privacy and security experts had criticized the videoconferencing company's decision to limit which accounts had access to improved privacy and security.

Zoom acquires Keybase to beef up encryption, ease security questions

by Jeff Stone

The plan, Zoom says, is to integrate Keybase’s personnel to build end-to-end encryption throughout the service. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Zoom bolsters software security in latest move to reassure users

by Sean Lyngaas

The updates are an effort to adapt to the unprecedented amount of people using Zoom during the pandemic.