Zoom Finally Takes Encryption Seriously: And Goes All GCM

Still not end-to-end, but a big improvement!

Zoom’s encryption has — to the say least — been novice. They used 128-bit AES keys and with ECB (Electronic Code Book). Any cybersecurity student should know that ECB is shockingly insecure (and is almost laughable in its implementation). But after great pressure from many in the community…

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Prof Bill Buchanan OBE

Prof Bill Buchanan OBE

Professor Cryptography. Serial innovator. Believer in fairness, justice & freedom. EU Citizen in heart. Living by the sea. Old World Breaker. New World Creator.

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