Microsoft Skype – Persistent Cross Site Vulnerability (Zero-Day) 2011 – Digitalmunition

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Microsoft Skype – Persistent Cross Site Vulnerability (Zero-Day) 2011

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4 Responses to Microsoft Skype – Persistent Cross Site Vulnerability (Zero-Day) 2011

  1. @cashbox0815
    we will soon release 8 new skype 0 day issues. We will also publish additional skype security videos on this channel. Thank you for you for watching the video & comment. @ moderator

  2. Ice says:

    Is that Unix you're running?

  3. why you don't write code exploit for skype !!

  4. @abdualrhman1410
    We provide PoC & other resources on the lab site.

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