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Microsoft quietly patched the Mac OS X client for Skype in October, closing a backdoor that could have existed for as long as a decade and would have allowed attackers to control many aspects of the software, security-services firm Trustwave said on Dec. The backdoor, which bypasses a permissions check by the Skype client whenever a dashboard widget requests access, could allow an attacker that already had local access on a system to control the Skype client.Someone using the dashboard widget application programming interface (API) could, for example, get notifications of incoming messages; read, modify and create messages; retrieve information on any contact; and record the audio—but not the video—of any Skype call to disk.“You can do pretty much everything that Skype can do,” the researcher who discovered the issue told The researcher found the backdoor during a penetration test and audit of the software.Choose from an extensive selection of flashes from compact to powerful flashes, available right at your command.Add some atmospheric zing with color gels and filters for a truly analogue flash-a-thon!Trustwave does not believe that the backdoor was put in for nefarious purposes, but was more likely the result of quick-and-dirty development practices.“An interesting possibility is that this bug is the result of a backdoor entered into the Desktop API to permit a particular program written by the vendor to access the Desktop API without user interaction,” the company said in a statement.
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