Frequently Asked Questions

What is Zoom Bombing?

A new term, "Zoom Bombing," is when people who have not been invited enter Zoom meetings to cause disruption. Such disruptions can be mild, or as we've seen elsewhere, can include racist, hate, or pornographic material. Here are some tips to alleviate this issue.

Judicious Sharing of Meeting Info: Do not share the Meeting Link or ID on open platforms where anyone but the intended audience can see them. 

Zoom Waiting Room: This feature ...

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Are Zoom Meetings Encrypted?

According to Zoom:


By default, Zoom encrypts in-meeting and in-webinar presentation content at the application layer using TLS 1.2 with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit algorithm.

For dial-in participants joining by phone, the audio is encrypted until it leaves Zoom's data centers and is transferred to the participant's phone network.

Encryption can be required for H.323 and SIP devices joining Zoom meetings. This setting is configured at the...

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