Practically right after message sendings in Skype in which the link on certain https a resource contained, the given resource has been visited with IP, belonging Microsoft HQ in Redmond, the USA. It has been noticed that after transfer to a body of the message of the link, the traffic unusual to it distinguished by the server as potential attack of repeated reproduction is generated. In too time IP the address from which "malefactor" tries to get access under the link, belongs Microsoft.
The charge: Microsoft is reconfiguring the Skype network so that it Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) can have access to intercept calls over the network to aid in investigations. The reality is of course convoluted with no concrete evidence but it’s worth mentioning what exactly is going on here. So head past the break to get the scoop.
As Rafael Rivera explained a few months ago is his article about Skype and Windows Phone, Skype’s original network operated on a peer-to-peer node system which means that Skype only initiated the calls but the actual communication was one-to-one with no one as the middleman.Read more