Latest Skype security Stories
Microsoft-owned Internet Voice Over IP service Skype is being investigated by Luxembourg’s data protection commission over its alleged secret links to the National Security Agency, and the Prism spy program.
If you have an Android handset or tablet, you may have noticed that Skype updated this morning.
Technology news website Ars Technica says it discovered that Microsoft may be snooping into those private messages being sent over Skype.
Video phones like those seen in numerous science fiction movies and TV shows such as “The Jetsons” still haven’t actually arrived, but Skype and Apple’s Facetime have been the next best thing.
For some, it may be hard to define Microsoft’s Skype business. The VoIP service works like a phone company by connecting one another via voice calls, yet it also uses the Internet, not traditional phone wire, to make these calls.
For over two months, there has existed a large security hole in the messaging service Skype. Until today, hackers could break into any Skype account with only the target’s email address.
Microsoft is stuck in another swarm of controversy again, with reports claiming that it now has the ability to spy on its users via Skype.
It’s always embarrassing when you inadvertently send a text message to the wrong person, especially if the text is of a personal nature.
Individuals who are faithful users of Skype's phone service are now able to send faxes with the addition of a simple fax service. Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) June
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