Skype 3.6 for Windows hotfix
Today Skype has released a updated version of Skype 3.6 for Windows.
This hotfix release addresses many issues found in the previous version, including the cross-zone vulnerability and API programs intended to fool users.
It’s recommended for everyone to upgrade to the newly released build.
Download it from straight here while reading what’s good in it.
220.127.116.11 changes in comparison with previous release are:
* feature: Public API access whitelist/blacklist
* improvement: Improved connection speed to Skype network from restrictive network environment
* bugfix: Skype cross-zone scripting vulnerability
* bugfix: Skype crashed sometimes when leaving groupchat
* bugfix: Skype crashed when current Skypename field was empty
* bugfix: Contacts were occasionally lost when synchronisation failed
* bugfix: MySpace tab was not reachable via keyoard navigation
* bugfix: Editing avatar resulted “Cannot focus a disabled or invisible window” error
* bugfix: It was not possible to answer second incoming call
* bugfix: Dynamic Content message overlaying contact list toolbar and group controls on reduced Skype window
* bugfix: Check update web link was incorrect
* bugfix: Call on hold image was wrongly displayed
* bugfix: USB webcam plugged in while on call did not allow to start video
* bugfix: It was not possible to open video settings panel while on video call
* bugfix: Skype crashed sometimes when expanding chat history
* bugfix: Presence were shown wrongly to conference call participants sometimes
* bugfix: Incorrect message was shown when when sender cancelled file transfer
* bugfix: Voice Mail greeting playes again when viewing profile
* bugfix: Wrong flag was displayes for Democratic Republic of the Congo
* bugfix: File Transfer relayed message was displayed after File Transfer had finished
* bugfix: Language name for Belarusian was wrong
* change: Language files updated
I would like to thank everyone who have been reporting to us their finds and feelings on Skype for Windows. Please continue to keep us posted with your comments and discussions on Skype forums and report hiccups on our public issue tracker Jira.