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Skype Revealing Remote and Local IP Address

3 years agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

If you are a user of the messaging software Skype, you know that you can see the location of your contacts in the Skype interface. What you probably do not know is that there is currently a way to display a Skype user’s remote and local IP address as well. A script has been uploaded [...]
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