Check URL fragment for end-to-end encryption key

Mega.nz lets you embed the E2E encryption key in the fragment section of the URL, which is never sent to the server:

https://meet.jit.si/RoomName#key=0LgozuChYmSygoz4mHeQMXngMhCwwghLe

This would make it much easier to get E2E encryption enabled while not trusting the Jitsi server.

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Agreed, Mega is doing it great, that’s why they’re the only ones that have never been taken down or hacked, There using a windows server as well. That’s why I was saying to the devs copy other apps that are doing well, like any app out today if you get blocked the user can’t see them ever again so they should do that to the rooms if you get kicked or banned or you won’t be able to see the room again. Only the server owner can make the rooms and only the room over has admin, empty or not. It’s simple.