Skype glitch sends messages to the wrong contacts
Skype, a division of Microsoft, confirmed on Monday that a glitch in its software has led to instant messages being shared with unintended parties.
The company said it will deliver an update to fix the problem in "the next few days."
According to user reports, the unintended recipients have been connected to just one of the two users who exchanging messages. The problem could have harmful consequences. For example, two co-workers using Skype to exchange IMs (instant messages) could, as a result of the problem, share the message with another contact in one user's address book -- potentially a third co-worker being unfavorably described in their IM exchange.
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