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Apple accepted to the outlet that it did push an automated update, and said it doesn’t crave any user action to be installed. The tech giant noted it took this step “to assure users from the risks posed by the apparent web server.”

ve the local web server completely. It also accustomed it didn’t currently have an easy way to uninstall both the client and the server.

Apple accepted to the outlet that it did push an automated update, and said it doesn’t crave any user action to be installed. The tech giant noted it took this step “to assure users from the risks posed by the apparent web server.”

Zoom, for its part, said it was “happy” to have worked with Apple to boldness the issue:

Zoom agent Priscilla McCarthy told TechCrunch: “We’re happy to have worked with Apple on testing this update. We expect the web server issue to be bound today. We acknowledge our users’ backbone as we abide to work through acclamation their concerns.”

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