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Got Your Number: Skype Investigates IP Discovery Flaw

May 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A flaw in Skype apparently allows users to learn the Internet protocol addresses of other users. Finding out that someone’s snooped your IP address may not sound as alarming as finding out your Social Security number’s been exposed, but the information could be used by a determined and talented hacker to build up more sophisticated attacks.

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