A radical decision came from SpaceX, one of the leading companies in the technology sector, for Zoom, which came up with security gaps. SpaceX announced that the use of Zoom was completely blocked by e-mail it sent to all its employees.
We have quarantined ourselves in our homes to protect against the new type of coronavirus that spreads to almost every part of the world and to minimize the spread of the virus. In this process, employees continue their jobs and students continue their classes on the internet.
Zoom, a Skype-like video conferencing application that is used frequently today, is used by people from all walks of life for education, business, chat and more. Following the news that ‘Zoom sends user data to Facebook’, which emerged the other day, a radical decision came from an industry giant company.
SpaceX banned the use of Zoom.
SpaceX, a private American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation company, is known for sending and delivering rockets to the International Space Station. The company owned by Elon Musk announced that all access to the video conferencing application Zoom has been blocked in order to protect the personal data of its employees via in-house e-mail.
“Important privacy and security concerns” are noted in the e-mail sent to all employees: “We know that many of us use this software for conference and meeting support. Please use email, text or phone as an alternative means of communication.” His words were also included.
With Zoom’s full attention in just a few weeks, the security weaknesses of the application came to light. Two security experts working on the zoom said on Wednesday; He explained that on zoom, malicious people discovered 2 vulnerabilities, allowing users using the macOS operating system to capture their cameras and microphones.
There was no return to comment requests by Zoom or by SpaceX.