Jitsi is a collection of free and open-source multiplatform voice, videoconferencing and instant messaging applications for the web platform, Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android.
I echo with Corday....Zoom is the new fad for video conferencing. Unfortunately it took off too fast to enable proper security. Many holes. Microsoft teams is what business could use as a safer alternative.
to add: It wasn't a matter of choice at the time, it was what our school district was using to connect our kids while out of school.Hi everyone!
I am subscribed to a lot of security-related channels and not long ago almost every day I saw news about security fails made by Zoom developers in all of those channels 2 days ago it turned out that Zoom allows to bruteforce the password with no restrictions. Everyone makes mistakes but that is too much in my opinion. Mozilla specialists examined Zoom and they also came to conclusion that the app is unsafe and did not recommend to use it. For video call I prefer Facetime or Discord. It seems that Zoom developers don't know even the most simple things about security. It is shocking taking into account the number of Zoom users.
And for many, it's still not. Given what Zoom is being used for, for the most part, the panic over its security flaws is, to me, grossly overblown.It wasn't a matter of choice at the time, it was what our school district was using to connect our kids while out of school.