@RedGiantNews are the Red Giant servers down?— Phil Whyman (@PhilWhyman) April 4, 2020
Is just about the encryption keys going through Chinese servers, I'm sure the Chinese government aren't really interested in EDU meetings but for other areas private meetings could be intercepted and secrets obtained.— Steve Kemsley (@stevekemsley) April 4, 2020
Zoom’s call encryption is sub-standard and the service may rout calls via Chinese servers even if call participants are not located there, researchers from Citizen Lab find.— Adrian Zenz (@adrianzenz) April 4, 2020
Zoom uses AES encryption with the flawed ECB padding scheme that...
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They've been deleting private emails!! We need to find those GOP servers! AMERICANS DIED, TRUMP LIED!— Gulag Brunch Coordinator (@FartsUSA) April 4, 2020
i dont know but the only thing i know is that they feel like oce servers— bege 🌱 (@begebtw) April 4, 2020
I can confirm that issues are not fixed it. On Windows I get Error reaching Surfshark servers.— David (@Forbadmi) April 4, 2020