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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Skype 3.8
Member 14th Jan, 2010 21:53
Ranking: -5
Posts: 41
User Since: 15th Dec, 2008
System Score: 98%
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According to PSI the Skype 3.8 version is obsolete.
User should change to current one asap.
It sounds like a paid add.

3.8 is the best version having been produced till now.
Not the 4.x garbage. You don't agree? Please search for
user opinions.

Skype didn't manage to persuade the user community to leave
3.8, so they trying it now in other ways.

Anthony Wells RE: Skype 3.8
Expert Contributor 14th Jan, 2010 22:51
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Posts: 3,330
User Since: 19th Dec 2007
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According to other threads on this Forum , you are probably correct ; however , PSI reports vulnerable and out of support/end of life versions , independently of the software supplier . How you use this info is entirely up to you .

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