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Excellent. It's clear, concise and informative! Thank you ๐Ÿ™Œ

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appreciate the feedback, Mindi. Thank you

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Dec 12, 2023Liked by Neo Kim

A very useful article with valuable information. A lot is happening behind the scenes of our Zoom meetings. So, are meetings end-to-end encrypted? ๐Ÿ˜„

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yes according to the their documents: https://explore.zoom.us/docs/doc/Zoom%20Encryption%20Whitepaper.pdf

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Dec 13, 2023Liked by Neo Kim

According to their guide, E2EE should be activated by the user explicitly as it is not enabled by default. for more information: https://support.zoom.com/hc/en/article?id=zm_kb&sysparm_article=KB0065408

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interesting.

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Coool ๐Ÿ˜

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thanks

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May 2ยทedited May 2

When you say processing is done on the client side, would that include compute-intensive tasks such as applying filters, gesture recognition, H.264 encoding/decoding, image de-noising, etc.?

Additionally, you mentioned that "they set up the client to use TCP, HTTPS, and HTTP as a fallback for consistent user experience".

-What use cases or scenarios would have TCP be the fallback for UDP to maintain consistent user experience?

Great, succinct article by the way! Just how I love it--start simple, then dive into the details thru progressive discovery.

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That was very interesting. Do zoom use some open source package to help with the video side or is it all proprietary?

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