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Security hole discovered with Skype passwords

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This story is trending on twitter and first came to light on thenextweb.com.

The tech website The Next Web is reporting that its discovered a gap in security for Microsoft's Skype that allows anyone to change your password.  This would allow them to take over your account.

Since the discovering of this flaw Skype tells The Next Web that it has pulled its password reset page to hopefully until the vulnerability is repaired.

Click to The Next Web for details on the story on what Skype users should know.

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