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Zoom APIs allow developers to request information from the Zoom, including but not limited to user details, meeting reports, dashboard data, as well as perform actions on the Zoom platform on a user’s behalf. For example, creating a new user or deleting meeting recordings. Zoom supports the use of OAuth 2. OAuth 2. The following sections provide an overview on the OAuth protocol.

The OAuth protocol defines four specific roles. These roles are actively involved in the process of authentication with Zoom APIs:. Generally, the interaction between a Client your app , a Zoom user, Zoom’s authorization server, and the Zoom API follows the flow in the diagram below.

An Authorization Grant is the authorization assigned to the Client by the resource owner. The grant type refers to the method the Client uses to request authorization. The usage of this grant type is described in detail in the OAuth with Zoom guide.

The following steps provide an overview of the Authorization Code grant flow:. Example Node. The Client Credentials grant is used to get an access token for APIs that require only a service’s permission.

This grant does not require a user’s permission. To use Client Credentials grant type, perform the following steps:. JWTs contain a signed payload that helps establish server-to-server authentication. If only you or your Zoom account users will use your app, it is recommended that you use JWT authentication. The complete URL varies depending on the accessed resource.

You do not need scopes for JWT apps. Your JWT app will only have access to your Zoom account’s information. You can also use the me keyword instead of the userId value. To get information about a user with a user-level OAuth app, the app must have the user:read scope. While the URL for the request is the same, the behavior of userId value is different from an account-level apps. Instead of providing a user’s userId or email address, you must use the me keyword as the value of the userId path parameter.

Otherwise, your app will receive an invalid token error. Server-to-Server OAuth apps also use scopes. You wouldn’t use the me keyword with this app type; you must provide a userId or email address. See Server-to-Server authentication for details. You can use the me keyword in place of the userId keyword in any supported API call. When you use the me keyword, the API call uses the authenticated user’s access token. Some users may have permissions to access create, read, update, or delete information associated with other users on Zoom accounts.

For example, the Schedule Privilege enables users to assign other users on their account to schedule meetings on their behalf. A user that has been granted this privilege has access to schedule meetings for the other user. A user may also have a role that grants them access to other user information.

With shared access permissions, a user can choose whether your app can access the following information:. Item 2 refers to when a user authorizes your app to use their “shared access permissions” after they add or manage your app on their account.

In the example above, the user can choose to share access permissions to schedule meetings for another user’s account with your app. See Allowing Apps access to shared access permissions for details on the end user experience. Your app does not need to do anything different for this access. Zoom handles this via the Authorization server. The users that added your app can continue using your app to access their associated information without the need to take any action.

If your app does not access or change information associated with a user other than the user who added it, then you should not receive additional errors.

Your app will receive an error if your app attempts to access or change information for a user other than the one who added the app and when the user who added the app:. In this case, your app will receive a response with an “authenticated user has not permitted access to the targeted resource” error. This will occur after a request to any API, such as:. Currently, there is no way for your app to know whether a user has authorized shared access permissions for your app. You may be able to determine whether a user should have shared permissions based on the context.

For example, your app lets users schedule meetings. In this case, when your app receives the error, you can point the user to the Allowing Apps access to shared access permissions Zoom Help Center article that describes how the user can authorize shared permissions for the app.

Once the user authorizes your app with shared permissions, the API will return the expected response. Zoom displays email addresses for users external to your account only if they meet any of the conditions below:. When Zoom creates a meeting using your PMI, it creates a unique meeting ID that you can see in the create meeting response. However, Webhooks events will still show your PMI.

You should also use your PMI to pass into endpoints, such as:. If you’re looking for help, try Developer Support or our Developer Forum. Priority support is also available with Premier Developer Support plans. Using Zoom APIs Zoom APIs allow developers to request information from the Zoom, including but not limited to user details, meeting reports, dashboard data, as well as perform actions on the Zoom platform on a user’s behalf.

Note: In this document, you will see the terms client and app used interchangeably. Both of these terms refer to an app integrating with the Zoom API. What is an Access Token? An Access Token is a credential in the form of string that represents the authorization granted to the app.

It can be compared with that of an ID card that identifies a person with their level of authority. For example, a person’s driver’s license indicates that the person is authorized to drive. Replace it with your actual Authorization Code while making requests.

Authorization : ‘Basic abcdsdkjfesjfg’ ,. The JWT app type will be deprecated in June, Need help?

 
 

 

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Returns the output value of the stop just less than the input, or the first output if the input is less than the first stop. Returns a string consisting of the concatenation of the inputs. Each input is converted to a string as if by to-string. Returns the input string converted to lowercase.

Returns true if the input string is expected to render legibly. Returns false if the input string contains sections that cannot be rendered without potential loss of meaning e. Indic scripts that require complex text shaping, or right-to-left scripts if the the mapbox-gl-rtl-text plugin is not in use in Mapbox GL JS. Returns the IETF language tag of the locale being used by the provided collator. This can be used to determine the default system locale, or to determine if a requested locale was successfully loaded.

Returns the input string converted to uppercase. Creates a color value from red, green, and blue components, which must range between 0 and , and an alpha component of 1.

If any component is out of range, the expression is an error. Creates a color value from red, green, blue components, which must range between 0 and , and an alpha component which must range between 0 and 1. Returns a four-element array containing the input color’s red, green, blue, and alpha components, in that order. For two inputs, returns the result of subtracting the second input from the first. For a single input, returns the result of subtracting it from 0.

Returns the shortest distance in meters between the evaluated feature and the input geometry. Distance values returned may vary in precision due to loss in precision from encoding geometries, particularly below zoom level Rounds the input to the nearest integer. Halfway values are rounded away from zero.

For example, [“round”, Returns the distance of a symbol instance from the center of the map. The distance is measured in pixels divided by the height of the map container. It measures 0 at the center, decreases towards the camera and increase away from the camera.

For example, if the height of the map is px, a value of -1 means px away from the center towards the camera, and a value of 1 means a distance of px away from the camera from the center. Returns the current pitch in degrees. Returns the current zoom level. Note that in style layout and paint properties, [“zoom”] may only appear as the input to a top-level “step” or “interpolate” expression.

Returns the kernel density estimation of a pixel in a heatmap layer, which is a relative measure of how many data points are crowded around a particular pixel. Can only be used in the heatmap-color property. You are using an outdated browser and will encounter some problems with our website. Please consider upgrading. Upgrade Now. Mapbox GL JS. API Reference. Plugins and frameworks. Style Specification.

The expression operators provided by Mapbox GL include: Mathematical operators for performing arithmetic and other operations on numeric values Logical operators for manipulating boolean values and making conditional decisions String operators for manipulating strings Data operators for providing access to the properties of source features Camera operators for providing access to the parameters defining the current map view Expressions are represented as JSON arrays.

A map with gestureHandling set to greedy is below. This map reacts to all touch gestures and scroll events unlike cooperative. The gestureHandling option can also be set to none to disable gestures on the map. To entirely disable the ability to pan and zoom the map, two options, gestureHandling and zoomControl , must be included. The map below demonstrates the combination of gestureHandling and zoomControl in the code above.

It may be desireable to allow gestures and zoom controls but restrict the map to a particular bounds or a minimum and maximum zoom. To accomplish this you may set the restriction , minZoom , and maxZoom options.

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Run with –scan to get full insights. Improve this question. Take a third party risk management course for FREE. Copy Results Download Results. Press ESC to close. Total number of vulnerabilities : 42 Page : 1 This Page. How does it work? Use of this information constitutes acceptance for use in an AS IS condition.

There are NO warranties, implied or otherwise, with regard to this information or its use. Any use of this information is at the user’s risk.

It is the responsibility of user to evaluate the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information, opinion, advice or other content. This issue could be used in a more sophisticated attack to trick an unsuspecting users client to connect to a malicious server when attempting to use Zoom services.

The Zoom Client for Meetings for Windows before version 5. This issue could be used in a more sophisticated attack to trick a user into downgrading their Zoom client to a less secure version. This issue could be used in a more sophisticated attack to send an unsuspecting users Zoom-scoped session cookies to a non-Zoom domain. This change aims to provide you with a unified and seamless experience so that you can access the required SDK resources in one place. Previous Versions.

Zoom SDK makes it easy to integrate Zoom with your Android applications , and boosts up your applications with the power of Zoom.

Just import the libraries , call a few functions , and we will take care all video conferencing related stuffs for you. Need help?