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After reading this post you provided, they only seem to be doing MITM and re-signing the certificates that Skype is using during the transmission (something really common when we use HTTP/S proxies), but in this case, for other TCP traffic that is not HTTP. TCPcatcher may help you, more specifically, this tutorial (as a guidance, but applying for Skype ...


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If he's just guessing passwords, you can simply change that against a much longer and more complex one. He'll just waste his time trying to get your accounts this way. You should not use a personal firewall, since all a firewall does is block ports and I assume he's simply trying to login to your accounts. You can test the security of passwords similar to ...


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Skype is definitely not a safe client to use. A Google search of "Skype exploit" will reveal a lot of its problems in regards to exploits and various news articles provide information on how the NSA uses Skype as part of its Prism program (e.g. ...



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