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  1. How To Install Zoom On Linux? The easiest way to install Zoom on Linux The pandemic has had a huge impact on our lives and how we interact with people. Thankfully, technology has played an enormous part in helping us stay connected in these tough times. One of the essential pieces of software that gained a lot of traction during the pandemic is Zoom. In this article, let’s look at how you can install Zoom on Linux PC. Install Zoom On Linux 1. From The Official Website Installing Zoom on Linux is as easy as installing it on Windows. All you need to do is –
  2. A new app allows teachers to use their iPhone or iPad as an overhead camera on Zoom It’s designed to help teachers who are teaching from home due to COVID Teachers who have found themselves holding class over Zoom have probably already figured out clever hacks to show their students documents, but there’s now an app designed specifically for that purpose (via 9to5Mac). Overviewer was made by developer Charlie Chapman, and it allows teachers (or anyone, really) to easily use their phone’s camera as a replacement for an overhead document vie
  3. The complete Zoom guide: From basic help to advanced tricks Video conferencing has never been so critical to our work and personal lives. Here's everything you need to make your meetings more productive. Offices closed. Travel was restricted. Employers scrambled to knock together hasty virtual setups and access to corporate networks for workers required to work from home. At the beginning of 2020, few predicted that the spread of COVID-19 would have such an effect on our daily lives, our work environments, and day-to-day business operations. In the new year, littl
  4. Zoom may launch an email service and calendar app to compete with Google and Microsoft The company is exploring products beyond videoconferencing Videoconferencing platform Zoom has had a blockbuster year, with its stock price rising more than 500 percent due to the unprecedented surge in remote work brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. But now the company is looking to expand beyond workplace video chat and into new territories, specifically email and calendar services, according to a new report from The Information. The company is already working
  5. The Better Business Bureau warns of phishing messages with the Zoom logo that tell recipients they have a missed meeting or suspended account. A new Zoom-themed phishing attack is circulating through email, text and social media messages, aiming to steal credentials for the videoconferencing service. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) warned last week that the attack uses Zoom’s logo, and in a message tells recipients that their Zoom accounts were suspended and to click a link to reactivate; or that they missed a Zoom meeting, and to click a link to see the detai
  6. The company won't have to pay a fine for the time being. Since it exploded in popularity at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Zoom has promised to address the more glaring security and privacy issues that are a part of its video meeting software. And now the company has a regulatory incentive to do exactly that. As part of a new proposed settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over its privacy practices, the company must establish an information security program that will see it share security audits with the agency. Zoom has al
  7. The tech stock is getting slammed as successful coronavirus vaccine trials have investors speculating about a return to more face-to-face interaction in 2021 and beyond. What happened Shares of videoconferencing specialist Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ:ZM) are slumping today. The decline comes in the wake of news that a COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech prevented over 90% of infections in human trials including tens of thousands of volunteers. Additionally, no serious safety concerns have been identified. Some investors ar
  8. Zoom Finally Has End-to-End Encryption. Here's How to Use It You can lock down your meetings like never before—even if you have to give up a few features to do so. Photograph: Justin Paget/Getty Images Zoom has gone from startup to verb in record time, by now the de facto video call service for work-from-home meetings and cross-country happy hours alike. But while there was already plenty you could do to keep your Zoom sessions private and se
  9. In the Corona virus pandemic there was blast in the Zoom app usage. I will give you one of the best advice to show your profile picture while attending the zoom meeting. Follow the steps to change the zoom profile image of our account. Open zoom app settings. Tap on the zoom profile name. Click on the zoom profile photo and change it as per your requirements. I hope that this guide stand out to change your profile picture on zoom. You must also change zoom profile name before entering a meeting on the zoom.
  10. Zoom calls will gain more functionality with Zapps The popular teleconferencing software solution, Zoom, has announced the upcoming launch of Zapps that will provide access to third-party services right from within Zoom calls. According to the firm, Zapps will help people to conduct their work in a more efficient and productive manner. The plan right now is for the first Zapps to be available on Zoom by the end of the year with more developers being given the ability to develop other apps shortly after. Zapps will be available to both free and paid users mak
  11. Zoom update delivers a huge security upgrade Two-factor authentication addition should make Zoom more secure (Image credit: Shutterstock) Zoom has announced a significant security update that it hopes will make it a more secure platform to meet and work. The video conferencing service is adding Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), meaning users will now have to provide two separate pieces of identification information to log in to Zoom. So along with a password or pin number, users will need to have one of a
  12. How to change your name and add a photo to Zoom Manage your Zoom identity If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Part of The Verge Guide to Working from Home If you’ve been using Zoom to work from home over these last few months, it’s possible that the name you’re being identified by in the lower left corner is not what you’d prefer. Perhaps it’s your email instead of your name, or it’s all in lower case, or it includes that m
  13. Zoom bug gave hackers access to any private meeting Zoom was forced to amend password policies (Image credit: Zoom Video Communications) A simple vulnerability found in the web client of video conferencing platform Zoom could have allowed hackers to listen in on any private meeting of their choosing. Identified by Tom Anthony, VP Product at SEO firm SearchPilot, the Zoom vulnerability stemmed from the absence of rate limiting on private meeting log in attempts. As Anthony explains in a recent blog post,
  14. How to Automatically Mute Yourself in Zoom Meetings One checkbox is all it takes to make everyone's life–including yours–easier. Illustration: Elena Lacey; Getty Images Many of us have been working from home for months now, so you’d think we’d have all the kinks associated with remote work sorted out, right? Not so much. Zoom meetings can still be a noisy nightmare, especially when those meetings include a ton of people. So here’s a simple th
  15. This new Zoom security flaw lets hackers target Windows 7 PCs Windows 7 devices at risk from Zoom Zero Day vulnerability (Image credit: Shutterstock) Zoom is facing more security scrutiny after a new flaw was found to open up the service to hackers, putting Windows 7 users at risk. Researchers at Slovenian cybersecurity firm ACROS Security has revealed a previously unknown flaw in the videoconferencing software Zoom could allow a hacker to remotely commandeer computers running old versions of the Microsoft Windows operat
  16. New phishing attack targets Zoom users to steal Office 365 credentials A new phishing attack is targeting Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) users in the form of an email notification for a Zoom account suspension. The email aims to steal users’ Microsoft 365 credentials. The attack was spotted and documented by Abnormal Security (via BleepingComputer). The attack seems familiar to the one that was spotted in May, where a fake Teams email would navigate users to a duplicate Office 365 login page. With the popularity and adoption of Zoom increasing
  17. Amid pressure, Zoom will end-to-end encrypt all calls, free or paid Bowing to critics, Zoom will offer E2EE if non-paying customers register an account. Enlarge Yuri Samoilov Follow / Flickr 20 with 17 posters participating, including story author Under pressure from privacy and human rights advocates, Zoom said on Wednesday that it will make end-to-end encryption available to both paying and non-paying users of its video conferencing service. Previously, Zoom said it would provide end-to-
  18. BEIJING (Reuters) - Zoom Video Communications (ZM.O) has gained a following in China in recent months from users ranging from underground churches to feminists who saw it as a rare way to connect with the world beyond the reach of state censors. Some fear that window may be closing. On Friday, Zoom said it had suspended accounts of three U.S. and Hong Kong activists at Beijing’s request after they tried to commemorate the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, but that they had since been reactivated. The U.S. company also said it was developing tec
  19. The FBI will be able to snoop on your free Zoom calls, unless you pay for the company’s premium service, which offers end-to-end encryption. In brief Zoom is building end-to-end encryption for its video calls, but only for its premium users. The decision to keep free calls encrypted was in order to comply with the FBI. Zoom may allow users to verify their ID to get access to such encryption in the future. Communications company Zoom has no intentions of adding end-to-end encryption to Zoom calls for its free users, in
  20. RingCentral and Zhumu are now patched Apple informed us that it has sent out a silent security update to Macs to remove software that was automatically installed by RingCentral and Zhumu. These video conferencing apps both used technology from Zoom — they’re essentially white labels — and thus they also had Zoom’s security flaws. Specifically, they installed secondary pieces of software that could take commands from websites to open up your webcam in a video conference without your intervention. Even uninstalling those apps wouldn’t remove that secon
  21. Video calling app Zoom's iOS version is sharing user data with Facebook Even if you don't have a Facebook account (Image credit: Shutterstock) Zoom's video calling service has been available for a while now but the unprecedented number of people working from home during the coronavirus pandemic has skyrocketed the app's popularity. However, research conducted by Vice's tech branch, Motherboard, has revealed that Zoom's iOS app has been secretly sharing analytical data with Facebook, even if the user doesn't have an accou
  22. The Zoom Privacy Backlash Is Only Getting Started A class action lawsuit. Rampant zoombombing. And as of today, two new zero-day vulnerabilities. Even before the pandemic, Zoom had a reputation for prioritizing ease of use over security and privacy.Photographer: Kena Betancur/Getty Images The popular video conferencing application Zoom has been having A Moment during the Covid-19 pandemic. But it's not all positive. As many people's professional and social liv
  23. Attackers can use Zoom to steal users’ Windows credentials with no warning Zoom for Windows converts network locations into clickable links. What could go wrong? Enlarge Christopher Blizzard 44 with 32 posters participating Users of Zoom for Windows beware: the widely used software has a vulnerability that allows attackers to steal your operating system credentials, researchers said. Discovery of the currently unpatched vulnerability comes as Zoom usage has soared in the wake of the corona
  24. Microsoft’s Skype struggles have created a Zoom moment Skype is missing out to Zoom and others during the coronavirus pandemic IfIf the coronavirus pandemic had swept across the world in 2011, everyone would have been using Skype to connect over video and voice calls. Instead, rivals like Zoom and Houseparty are having a moment of huge growth in 2020 thanks to consumers looking for Skype alternatives. In recent weeks we’ve seen people across the world sheltering at home and holding virtual yoga classes, beers with friends, and even school classes all over Zoom. It’s a unique once in a
  25. Zoom isn’t actually end-to-end encrypted Zoom can still access your video meetings Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images Zoom states on its website and in its security white paper that it supports end-to-end encryption for its meetings. But new research from The Intercept reveals that’s not exactly true. The Intercept asked a Zoom spokesperson whether video meetings that take place on the platform are end-to-end encrypted, and the spokesperson said that “Currently, it is not possi
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