Zoom experienced another surge in daily users this month, jumping from Wednesday blog post. The had just 10 million users in December, before the forced millions of people to , but its growth has been increased scrutiny on its .to 300 million in the last three weeks, it said in a
The numbers came from CEO Eric Yuan’s update on its 90-day security plan. Last month, Yuan said the company wouldto Zoom so it can devote its resources to addressing issues like when uninvited attendees enter your meeting.
On Wednesday, the company said its Zoom 5 update will be available in the few next days. It’ll include intrusion-blocking AES 256-bit GCM encryption and the ability for account administrators to choose the data center their video call will be routed through (in case they’d prefer to avoid a specific region).
You’ll also be able to report abusive users, a feature revealed by a PC Mag report earlier this week. That option will appear in the app’s new security settings menu.