Skype is a great way to stay in contact with friends and family over the internet, and people tend to share a lot in their chats, so why not try and find a way to hack it!
Once a Skype account is hacked, you can view all conversations within the last three months, see how long each video call was, and even access files that were shared through chat.
If you can manage to get a hold of an order number or credit card information, you're all set.
It's amazing how quickly a dwindling bank account can change your perspective.
Including voice mail and the luxury of keeping my number privately listed, my landline comes in at $33.45 per month.
Competition from cellphones and VOIP has done very little to bolster quality or lower prices when it comes to home phone service.
That's because both the phone and cable companies are dinosaurs clinging to antiquated business models that prey upon people's resistance to change.
People are ditching landlines for cellphones at a record pace, and if the Web has conditioned us to hold one truth to be self-evident, it's that anything and everything can be had for free or practically free. I ditched the telco long ago for what I thought was a better option: VOIP supplied by my cable operator, Time Warner Cable.
In fact, I succeeded only in trading one evil for another.
A company like Time Warner can offer a meager discount to the telco with absolutely no improvement in quality.
They've got us drinking the Kool-Aid believing there's nowhere else to turn.
That's why, when Skype came along a few years ago, I stayed away from it.
There's no way it'll work as well as my landline does, I assumed, plus, it's probably really confusing—an early adopter toy that only a hardcore technophile would ever have the patience to put up with (you know, the same people who install Linux just to be different). With a graphical user interface (GUI) overhaul currently in public beta and some exciting new Skype phones hitting the market, the timing seems right.
The order number IDs are all 9 digits while the credit card digits requested are randomized for each session.