Since Zoom had demonstrations of security flaws when sharing user data without authorization, the company responsible for the video call application has been making modifications to make the public feel safe when using it.
The company recently announced that it is carrying out the update to allow activation of the two-step verification system for all users, allowing the security layers to be even greater
Zoom had already confirmed that it was going to provide this feature, however, the first time it informed about the system, it said that it would only be available for specific plans, preventing most users using the free version from being awarded.
However, after public pressure, the company decided to confirm that it would be sending all users this update that allows blocking by means of two-step verification in July.
Even with a delay of two months, the novelty is being implemented in the latest version of the app, where it is possible to configure the codes through Google or any other secure authenticator, as well as SMS and call.