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- Georg Schwarz
July 10, 2010, 9:25 pm
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Included with the recently published sample code for Skype encrtyption,
there's also a list of Skype server IPs:
It reads "Fixed skype supernodes (from skype.exe v188.8.131.52), use
Does this mean that those IP addresses are hardcoded in the Skype binary
as defaults/initial values? That would be a bit wiered since some of
those addresses belong to universities, most of them in Europe.
Or is this just a snapshot of a snapshot of a dynamic list of supernode
IPs which is not hard-coded in the binary?
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