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    Skype in an corporate environment

    Is it safe to use skype on Corporate environment as companies like accenture , wipro etc ?

    Skype Business Lock Downs, Group Policies and Controls | Commodore.ca | Windows

    will this solve all issues? any suggestions ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by manideep(z3r0 3rRoR) View Post
    Is it safe to use skype on Corporate environment as companies like accenture , wipro etc ?

    Skype Business Lock Downs, Group Policies and Controls | Commodore.ca | Windows

    will this solve all issues? any suggestions ..
    Depends .. on how the company values the different levels of data being used. Already, vulnerabilities like this Researchers: Skype Ignored Location-Tracking Vulnerability for More Than a Year | Threat Level | Wired.com exist for Skype.

    But it is a necessary hazard sometimes. Though I find this a very interesting read about controlling the environment. This would certainly help to boost security policies.
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    There is a regulatory angle to this whole Skype too...according to TRAI & DoT regulations...licensed tele callers are not supposed to use internet telephony products like Vonage & Skype.....i.e all BPO's who are licensed for voice based customer support shouldnt have Skype traffic from their network....

    The windows GP workaround looks good will have to test it out...few IPS vendors failed in blocking Skype....jus coz they can even end up tunneling traffic through 443 & 80.

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    Thanks for share the link. This link provide us more information.

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