“I really messed up as CEO, and we need to regain their trust. This kind of thing should not have happened, “Yuan told the The Wall Street newspaper.
Zoom has seen a huge increase in the number of users around the world as lockouts force people to work, study and socialize at home. The platform had a maximum of 10 million daily users in December, but that number increased to 200 million in March.
However, as its popularity increases, its many security and privacy concerns surface. Security experts have revealed many flaws in the Zoom software that can be easily exploited.
In the past week, “Zoombombing” was in vogue on Twitter because unauthorized people were able to access Zoom meetings and share hate speech or pornographic images.
The platform has also been called in to disclose users’ email addresses and photos and give strangers the opportunity to start a video call with them. Another recent report details two bugs that hackers can use to gain control of a Zoom user’s Mac and also allow them to control the webcam and microphone.
Yuan notes that although the platform promises the possibility of end-to-end encryption, it won’t be available for several months.
Zoom has promised to resolve and resolve several issues that have arisen over the next 90 days. It has already implemented meeting passwords and a “waiting room” feature to increase privacy.
Source: Wall Street Journal