The long-awaited Zoom two-factor authentication feature is now available to all users. Zoom has now become a more secure platform.
Zoom two-factor authentication is now in use
Zoom, which grew far beyond predictions during the coronavirus period, has become popular among video conferencing platforms. However, Zoom received a lot of criticism with its security vulnerabilities in the following process.
In the statement made by Zoom, it was stated that the related security vulnerabilities would be raised. Zoom has gradually made improvements to the platform, first addressing the lack of two-factor authentication, which received heavy criticism. However, Zoom announced in its statement that it would offer it to paid users, and it received intense criticism on this issue.
Having to change its attitude in the face of criticism, Zoom opened the two-factor authentication feature free of charge to all users. Zoom now protects users’ security more tightly by sending codes via SMS or calling.
Users who want to activate the feature can go to Two-factor Authentication from the Profile section and activate two-factor authentication via SMS or other options.