Video conferencing application Zoom’s clients have flooded by 50 percent in the previous three weeks.

Zoom video conferencing application’s client base developed by another 50 percent to 300 million over the most recent three weeks, as the organization battled to suppress a reaction around security and wellbeing that has seen various governments and firms boycott its applications.

CEO Eric Yuan gave the numbers late on Wednesday in a report on the stage’s 90-day security plan, while additionally plotting the rollout one week from now of another adaptation of the application with more encryption highlights.

Zoom shares shut everything down 5 percent in New York, and at $150.25 (generally Rs. 11,400) are presently back near pinnacles near $160 (generally Rs. 12,100) hit a month ago before the security push ejected.