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Zoom has introduced an external authentication feature to make virtual classrooms more secure.

Zoom already has a Single Sign-On (SSO) option for teachers and staff to securely access their Zoom meetings. 

This feature is now being extended to the classroom for students as well, the company said in a press release.

Authentication profiles allow hosts to restrict meeting participants to logged-in users and Zoom users whose email addresses use a certain domain only.

School IT administrators can set up their Zoom accounts so that students are required to authenticate against the SSO provider of the school identity system before joining the meeting. 

This external authentication adds an extra layer of security to the Zoom classes. It is a secure way to authenticate users.

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